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Great safety leadership is a key component in driving safety culture excellence. Therefore, it is essential that leaders understand the roles that they play within their organisation’s health and safety culture. Leaders must be able to demonstrate their personal commitment to safety and be able to set realistic and meaningful objectives for others.
This two-day course looks at the elements of safety leadership, and how these apply across the organisation, and the role of the safety leader over and above that of being a manager. It also looks at some practical tools that we can use in order to truly lead safety.
Incident investigation training is often focused on the process of the investigation with the aim of identifying root causes through the creation of a precise timeline. Unfortunately, human memory does not work in this way and it is the human element of the investigation that is often missed in other programmes.
This one-day course looks at how to gain the best out of an interview through the creation of the right environment and the use of cognitive and trauma informed interviewing techniques to ensure the best possible information upon which to base your findings.
Some organisations may be just starting out on their behavioural safety journey, but many will have had previous iterations of a safety programme. No matter how excellent your programme is or has been, reviewing and updating the programme in line with the latest science allows the programme to remain fresh, engaging and to continue to affect behaviour.
This two-day course has been developed to offer leaders an understanding of the current science and introduce new practical tools which they can use in order to continue to improve the culture.