|HS128||15 - 19 Jul 2019||London - UK||5,950|
*All fees are exclusive of VAT
Why Choose this Training Course?
Striving for safety excellence has to be every safety professional’s endeavour and aspiration. This “must attend” Advanced Safety Leadership training course will provide you with powerful tools that with effort will enable you to make an expeditious and comprehensive difference to your workplace’s safety culture on returning to the organisation.
A combination of advanced ‘out-of-the-box’ thinking, new human applications and psychology will transform how you view and approach your future safety climate assignments. If you are committed to safety excellence and you wish to be a world class agent for safety leadership then this Advanced Course is for you!
This training course will highlight:
- Safety Excellence, the ultimate (practically achievable?) objective to Zero
- Transactional, Transformational, Felt, Values-based Leadership
- Going beyond Behaviour-Based Safety (BBS)
- Organisational and Environmental Risk, Threats and Impact Perspectives
- Advanced Accident Investigations & Reporting
- Actions, Beliefs & Consequences (ABC) - Safety Management Systems (SMS)
- Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA) cycle for continual improvement
Training Objectives click here
What are the Goals?
At the end of this training course, participants will be able to:
- Apply new leadership traits that can and will make the difference
- Understand Unsafe Acts v. Unsafe Conditions, so avoiding the ‘Blame Game’
- Understand new and effective motivational and engagement techniques
- Develop your safety culture to spread as a person to person ‘virus’ under three interrelated aspects:
- Enhance your Safety and Risk Management leadership skills
Target Audience click here
Who is this Training Course for?
This Advanced PetroKnowledge Course is ideal to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:
- Directors & Departmental heads
- HSE managers and advisors
- Those persons responsible for leading safety within an organisation at a global, regional or local level.
- Those seeking new concepts in aiming for zero exposure to workplace accidents, incidents, illness and injuries as well as others that are interested in developing safety leadership skills from tomorrow’s best practices.
Training Methods click here
How will this Training Course be Presented?
This Advanced Safety Leadership training course will utilise a variety of proven highly interactive adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. This includes syndicate and individual exercises, relevant DVD and case studies and role-play exercises. A comprehensive hard and e-version of the course manual including copies of all slides, handouts and checklists will be provided.
Daily Agenda click here
Day One: Accident & Incident Causation Factors
Competency Description: The traditional view is that changing culture takes a very long time. But changing ‘one person at a time’ virus like, then refinement will take as long as we want it to!
- The philosophical roots and development of a safety culture
- Understanding the complete complexity of Safety Management Systems (SMS)
- ‘Viral’ change: spreading successful safety change through leadership
- Putting safety excellence first
Topics to be covered
- The Analysis of Accidents – Looking at the Facts, Figures & Costs
- Why do accidents still occur? Human factors, triggers and consequences
- Conscious and unconscious influences within a safety culture
- The Bradley Curve and four stages of mind-sets
- The ‘New ABC model:’ effective, behavioural and cognitive psychology
- Understand the psychology behind human behaviour and learn how to apply pragmatic solutions to improve your SMS
Day Two: Safety Management in Major Hazard Industries
Competency Description: How the organisation responds to the risk of major hazards will affect your overall performance and your goal of reaching zero accidents.
- Hazard identification & Risk Management
- Understanding the key leadership functions of influencing and achieving total safety excellence within your Major Hazard SMS
- Understanding SMS complexity for Major Hazard sites (on and off-site)
- Learn about Major Hazard Management Systems
- Learn to recognise the risks, probability, severity, effect and exposure
Topics to be covered
- Major Hazards and Prevention
- ISO31000 and Safety Excellence
- Occupational Safety, Process Safety and Asset Risk Management
- FTA and ETA
- Bow Ties
- Emergency Response Plans, Mutual Aid, On and Off Site consequences
- Inspection and Auditing
Day Three: Improve Leadership and Communication Skills
Competency Description: In simple terms, aligning your safety aims and objectives with the business agenda.
- Mastering Communication and Interpersonal skills
- Influential Safety Leadership checklists
- Skills to drive a positive, sustainablesafety impact in your workplace
- Improve communication, morale, motivation and engagement
Topics to be covered
- Enhancing your leadership capabilities through increased self-awareness
- Analyse your communication strategies and social performance
- Communication campaigns and stakeholder engagement
- ‘Have to’ or ‘Want to’?: Generating real desire for safety
- Varying Leadership skills for varying scenarios
Day Four: Advanced Accident Investigation and Reporting
Competency Description: Even a minor or near-miss incident requires a thorough investigation revealing potential for a serious future event should the conditions be left uncorrected.
- Why investigations must be constructive, professional, credible and timely
- Provide the tools necessary to properly complete Accident Investigations
- Fully understanding the steps of Accident Investigations and Reporting.
- How to establish rapport with witnesses and obtain factual statements
- How to successfully produce and present a professional Final Accident Report
Topics to be covered
- All incidents (including near misses) are thoroughly and professionally investigated by a trained and confident team
- Role of HSE Team Leader and Management during an Investigation
- Investigation methodology, the essential checklist & process
- Listen and Learn, and Learn to Look and Listen More!
- Report writing techniques which will ‘persuade’ and ‘empower’ actions
Day Five: Organisational & Environmental Risk, Threat & Impact
Competency Description: Having total resilience across your organisation is having the ability to anticipate, avoid, protect, withstand, mitigate, respond and recover from the effects of change or adversity.
- Investigation of 13 indicators that assesses the resilience of an organisation
- How individuals in resilient organisations are able to improve the reliability of operations across the whole organisation
- How resilient organisations can recover and bounce back from trauma, quickly restoring business capabilities
- Focus on developing confidence and leadership capabilities in organisational resilience
- Risk perception, sensitivity and tolerance
Topics to be covered
- Latest international standards: BSI65000, BS11200, ISO31000/22301/24762
- Understanding the impact of change or major incidents on the Organisation
- Strategic Crisis and Emergency Management in a Resilience framework
- Strategic Risk and Risk Behaviour
- Identify and manage current and future threats to your business
- Take a proactive approach to minimizing the impact of incidents
- Keep critical functions up and running during times of change and crises
Related Courses click here
- Safety Audit & Site Inspection
- Contractor Safety Management
- Safety in Process Equipment Design & Operation
- OSHA: Occupational Safety & Health Administration Standards
- Advanced Accident Investigation and Reporting
- Crisis Management & Emergency Response for the Oil and Gas Industry
VAT Announcement: The Government of UAE have introduced Value Added Tax (VAT) on goods and services from 01-January-2018. In compliance with the legislation issued by the UAE Government, we will be applying a 5% VAT on the fees for all our programs and services offered from January 2018 as applicable and stipulated in the FTA circulars.