An innovative, practical, interactive approach highlighting the essential leadership, culture and behavioural aspects of workplace safety to systematically move organisations From Accidents to Zero.
Nairobi is a charming,
cosmopolitan city, blessed with the most wildlife in the world, making
it a great safari destination. Known as the 'Green City in the Sun',
Nairobi is the largest city as well as the capital of Kenya.
The city got its name from a Maasai phrase Enkare Nyorobi meaning “the place of cool waters”. The province of Nairobi is located on the Nairobi River in the south of the country. Furthermore, it is the most populated city in East Africa, and the fourth largest city in Africa.
An innovative, practical, interactive approach highlighting the essential leadership, culture and behavioural aspects of workplace safety to systematically move organizations From Accidents to Zero.
Prof. Andrew Sharman
Andrew is the Chief Executive Officer of RMS, a global consultancy specializing in organizational safety culture and leadership. With a safety career spanning two decades he has guided global leaders...Learn more about Prof. Andrew Sharman
CEOs, Senior Executives, Site Leaders, Department Heads, functional Managers and Supervisors interested in developing leadership skills from a safety perspective
Persons responsible for leading safety within an organisation at a global, regional or local level - HSEQ / HSSE / EHS Directors, Leaders, Managers and Advisors
Those dedicated to reducing exposure to workplace accidents, incidents and injuries, Behavioural Based Safety coordinators, senior safety representatives
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