The safety of all workers needs to be one of an organisation’s core values and it must be considered a major priority. The staff you work with or supervise need to be part of the actively involved approach in the area of safety management and responsible for seeing and managing risks in the workplace.
Safety culture is a term often used to describe the way in which safety is managed in the workplace, and often reflects “the attitudes, beliefs, perceptions and values that employees share in relation to safety”. Adopting a safety culture approach and demonstrating strong leadership qualities will assist you to shift safety from priority to value, increase personal responsibility and commitment for safety by your staff and assist to build positive attitudes.
This workshop focuses on the importance for organisations to adapt an integrated approach that takes systems, individual values and needs, company culture and staff behaviour in account..
Participants on successful completion of this workshop will:
- Describe the process for creating a positive safety culture team;
- Demonstrate WHS and well-being leadership;
- Adapt a pro-active approach vs reactive to risk management;
- Develop effective risk management practices;
- Develop strategies and initiatives in ensuring continuous improvement in WHS and wellbeing performance;
TARGET GROUP: Team Leaders, Coordinators, Managers, Frontline staff, Volunteers, Health safety Representatives, Safety Officers, and Health Safety Committees.
FACILITATORS: Robert has experience in community programs, risk management, injury management and has incorporated his extensive skills into this program which will further strengthen the learning outcomes for all participants. Rob is also an approved training provider by SafeWork NSW and a qualified assessor and trainer.
We do travel outside Hunter & Central Coast area so please contact BTG to discuss.....
Please contact BTG to make a booking (02) 4367 0071 or 0412 050 614