“SAFETY REDEFINED” two day course will enable participants to understand the level of Health & Safety Culture within their organisations and also give them tools and techniques to have a direct impact on making improvements to that level of HSE Culture. This course is designed to be interactive, interesting and thought provoking.
The course will look at different models of organisational HSE Culture to enable delegates to identify the current level of HSE Culture and why that culture exists in their organisations.
We will then look at topics to increase the level of Risk Literacy within delegates’ organisations in order to identify improvement opportunities in developing the current HSE Culture.
In order to make improvements in HSE Culture it is vital that the leadership of any organisation understand how they have a direct impact on that culture and therefore are key to making any long lasting changes for the better. We will therefore look at what key skills we need to give leaders to ensure that they can become HSE Leaders.
On completion of this course, the student should be able to demonstrate an understanding of applying knowledge to familiar and unfamiliar situations incorporating ’Why Behavioural Safety is so important in your industry.
Stuart Rees is a member of IOSH (working towards Charted Membership). Further educated through Greenwich university gaining a BSc (Hons) OSHE, a good engineering back ground (Higher National Certificate) that has facilitated the path into auditing HSE Management Systems (British Standards training), materials and equipment used in the oil and gas industry, and being able to talk the same language has given credibility into providing the right service for clients.
Stuart is a regular contributor to the OILPRO site posts and the IOSH forum.
With more than 21 years in the Oil, Gas & Energy industry working in the Middle East and Africa, he has seen first-hand how HSE is managed in harsh and challenging conditions ranging from the searing heat of the Libyan desert, the rainforests of Gabon in West Africa, the conflict of apartheid in South Africa and the multi-cultural ethos of Saudi Arabia.
4th to 5th May 2016 ,Riyadh, KSA
For more details on the above, please fill in the registration form. You will also receive a link to download the full agenda.