Behavioural Safety for Safety Practitioners
13/14 September 2011, Macdonald Manchester Hotel
London Road, Piccadilly, Manchester M1 2PG
Most companies understand the need for an effective “pro-active safety culture” – but many are uncertain what best practice in this field really looks like – or, if they do, have doubts that their staff posses the skills required to deliver it. Even if the skill base is there mangers might not use them if they do not understand the logic behind the approach – so, in practise, either fail to perform these behaviours or simply go through the motions. The workshop seeks to address these issues by walking through best practise from around the world and includes dvds and active learning techniques such as frequent group discussion and some role-play to ensure it is interactive and user-friendly.
This workshop is delivered by leading expert Tim Marsh of Ryder Marsh.
Each site represented will be given a interactive dvd rom package that is essentially a “how to develop a behavioural safety programme.” This programme is illustrated with video clips with experts and actors illustrating and demonstrating all the techniques required to take a safety culture from “calculative” (i.e. system and rule based) to pro-active. An highly valuable resource for staff training back at site.
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For further details and to book onto the event please click herebehavioural_safety_13th__and__14th_sept_2011.pdf
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