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Total Safety Leadership: From Accidents to Zero

  • 02/05/2019 - 03/05/2019
  • Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

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  • Prof. Andrew Sharman
  • CEO, President
  • RMS, IOSH, Switzerland
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Course Description

An innovative, practical, interactive approach highlighting the essential leadership, culture and behavioural aspects of workplace safety to systematically move organisations From Accidents to Zero .

Leadership is essential to the success of all organisations. But in today’s fast-paced world of work leadership is more action-focused than position-driven. This is especially true when it comes to matters of workplace safety.

Safety leadership isn’t about the application of policies and procedures; it’s about winning hearts and minds. So this interactive workshop will equip you with the knowledge and understanding to develop commitment, drive positive change and build a robust culture of safety in your organisation.

Drawing on robust research, proven methods, and concepts from a diverse range of sources including Science, the Arts, Buddhism and Greek mythology we will explore the critical components of effective safety leadership. This 2-day masterclass will help you to build a practical toolkit of simple, high-impact tools and techniques designed to develop your leadership capability and confidence, and return rapid results in your workplace now.


Key Topics

Safety Excellence and the Journey to Zero Accidents

Going beyond Behavior- Based Safety (BBS)

The X Factor - The Secret Leadership Traits That Make The Difference

Effective Motivation and Engagement - Moving From Theory to Practice

Felt Leadership/Values-Based Leadership

The Role of Human Factors

Advanced Influencing Skills

Reasons for attending


  • which leadership styles most effectively influence the way we think, work, lead and live
  • the ‘New ABC’ model of safety culture psychology – a powerful tool to lead with safety
  • from a globally-recognized expert in safety culture and leadership
  • how to conduct high impact safety interventions using practical tools and straightforward jargon-free techniques
  • the ‘6 New Rules of Employee Engagement’ and gain tips and ideas for building engaging dialogue and conversations around safety in your workplace


  • the psychology behind human behaviour and learn how to apply pragmatic solutions to improve workplace H&S
  • how a mindful approach to safety can foster a positive
    climate for performance improvement


  • advanced leadership skills to drive a positive, sustainable impact in your workplace


  • in meaningful discussion and debate on the most important aspects of safety culture, behavior, leadership and network with safety leaders and other peers from across industry  

Added value for your organisation

Develop impactful, meaningful safety leadership at all levels of the organisation

Enhanced leadership capabilities through increased self-awareness 

Improved communication, morale, motivation and engagement

Move beyond Behavior-Based Safety observations to gain higher levels of workforce engagement & participation in safety activities 

Structured process for safety leadership intervention and conversations  

Reduces workplace incidents and accidents

Personal invitation by Prof. Sharman


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JOIN US IN Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls is a town in western Zimbabwe and a gateway to the massive waterfall of the same name. Here, the Zambezi River plummets over a cliff and into the Boiling Pot before flowing through a series of gorges. The Devil’s Pool, a natural infinity pool, is on the edge of a sheer drop. Spanning the river is 1905 Victoria Falls Bridge. The surrounding Zambezi National Park is home to white rhinos and elephants.