Introduction to the program

Total safety is a strategy for improving organisational performance (reduced accident/incident rate, improved safety practices, enhanced productivity and increased profitability). It is a performance-oriented approach that integrates all aspects of safety (intention, behaviour, culture and process) to achieve a safe work environment that is consistent with peak performance and continuous improvement.

Why you should attend:
  • Understand the psychology behind human behaviour and learn how to apply pragmatic solutions to improve workplace H&S
  • Learn which leadership styles most effectively influence the way we think, work, lead and live
  • Gain advanced leadership skills to drive a positive, sustainable impact in your workplace
  • Learn how to conduct high impact safety interventions using practical tools and straightforward jargon-free techniques
  • Learn the '6 Eternal Rules of Employee Engagement' and gain tips and ideas for building engaging dialogue and conversations around safety in your workplace
  • Learn how a mindful approach to safety fosters a positive climate for performance improvement
  • Participate in meaningful discussion and debate on the most important aspects of safety culture, behaviour and leadership and network with safety leaders and other peers
The Trainer

The trainer is a Chartered Safety Practitioner and Chartered Fellow of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health; a Fellow of the International Institute of Risk& Safety Management; a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership & Management; a Member of the Health and Safety Lawyers Association; a Member of the Institute of Directors; and are registered European Occupational Safety & Health Manager. He has built a global reputation as an expert in the field of Safety Culture Leadership.

Where and when

1st - 2nd December in Berlin, Germany

More details

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