By the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Demonstrate their ability to assign safety responsibilities.
- Develop a hazard prevention and control system.
- Conduct an effective incident investigation.
- Intervene as a Behavior-Based Agent.
- Identify and list safety and health training needs.
- Assess and measure a safety and health culture.
This program is designed for:
Safety officers, and other safety professionals involved in developing, implementing and making safety as an integral part of the overall organizational culture.
This program is worth 25 NASBA CPEs.
Locations & Dates:
20 - 24 May 2012
Crowne Plaza Sheikh Zayed Road
04 - 08 Nov 2012
Abu Dhabi, English
Khalidiya Palace Rayhaan by Rotana
Meirc reserves the right to alter dates, content, venue and trainer with a reasonable notice time.
One extra free place for every 2 paid nominees
Delivery Type: Group-Live
Characteristics of an Effective Safety Culture
- Does Management Commitment Make a Difference?
- Defining a Value System
- Why Do Safety Cultures Fail?
- Safety Climate
Human Barriers to Safety, and Behavioral?Based Intervention
- Behavior-Based Psychology
- The Complexity of People
- Sensation, Perception, and Perceived Risk
- Identifying Critical Behavior
- Behavioral Safety Analysis
- Intervening with Activators
- Intervening with Consequences
- Intervening as a Behavior-Change Agent
Management Aspects of an Effective Safety Culture
- Management Role in Developing an Effective Safety Culture
- Demonstrating Commitment
- Assigning Safety Responsibilities
- Developing Accountability
- Developing Programs that Support the Safety Culture
Journey to a Safety Culture
- Pathway to Safety Excellence
- Developing Goals and Objectives
- Identifying and Establishing Goals
- Conduct Self Assessment and Benchmarking
- Change Analysis
Actively Caring for Safety
- Understanding Actively Caring
- The Psychology of Actively Caring
- The Person-Based Approach to Actively Caring
- Increasing Actively Caring Behaviors
Measuring the Safety Culture
- The Nature of All Safety Systems
- Assessment Techniques
- The Deming Cycle
- What Should be Evaluated?
- Evaluation Tools
- Developing and Implementing the Action Plan