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Total Safety 360°

Total Safety Training

Event Date 06 – 07 June, Location – Amsterdam, The Netherland

MASTERCLASS OVERVIEW

When it comes to the subject of safety and health, most managers will recognise and understand their responsibilities but they are often less clear on how to successfully discharge their duties within their wider roles. Demonstrating commitment to safety leadership is very often misunderstood, leading to confused messages and unrealistic objective setting. Being an effective safety leader is not difficult, but typically explanations aimed at managers tend to be overcomplicated. This two-day workshop is aimed at making the seemingly complex, simple, clear and possible.

KEY TOPICS

  • What ‘leading on safety’ means in practical terms
  • How safety management systems function
  • Prioritisation of efforts
  • Understanding human behaviour
  • Engagement with employees
  • Influencing culture through better wellbeing

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Understand the language of safety risk management
  • Develop clear priorities within your organisation
  • Work with safety teams to focus on behaviour based controls
  • Improve wellbeing and mental health strategies
  • Identify appropriate safety performance measures
  • Build confidence in yourself as a leader on safety
KEY BENEFITS

  • Understand the language of safety risk management
  • Develop clear priorities within your organisation
  • Work with safety teams to focus on behaviour based controls
  • Improve wellbeing and mental health strategies
  • Identify appropriate safety performance measures
  • Build confidence in yourself as a leader on safety

Meet your Prominent Facilitator

Chris Jerman, CFIOSH

Anker & Marsh, UK Safety consultant

Chris began his safety career in the foundries of SouthYorkshire having spent his formative years in productionmanagement. Schooled largely by the EEF in Sheffield, Chris saw the move from the rule-driven regime of theFactories Act to the more modern risk-led approachoffered by the Management Regulations. Where many may have seen risk assessment as a burden, Chris tookthis new requirement as an opportunity,very early stage that being realising ata risk-centric was the way forward.

Moving from heavy industry, Chris spent several yearsin consultancy and training, working right across Europe and into the Far East, during which time he had the opportunity to see how various risk models worked;the keys to their success and the common pitfalls too.Joining John Lewis in 2005, Chris had the perfectopening to put into practice all that he had learned,benefiting from all of the support of a renowned and forward looking business.
As a Chartered Fellow of IOSH, Chris has spoken across the UK and throughout Europe, the Far East and the US on the subject of safety risk management. Praised for his approach to making things easier and more effective, Chris co-authored a book on the subject (Risk Led Safety – Evidence Driven Management) with his long standing friend and colleague, Duncan Spencer.

Chris also wrote and delivered the original Dynamic Risk Assessment course for IOSH as well as a version of the three day Risk Assessment course and the Risk Assessment Train The Trainer package for the Hong Kong Police.

Working across a wide range of industries from steel production to hospitals and education, Chris has an impressive wealth of experience on which to draw when assisting clients who wish to get the most out of what they have.

Registration Fee


€2496


Per Participant


About Amsterdam

Amsterdam is the Netherlands’ capital, known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades, legacies of the city’s 17th-century Golden Age.

Start Time

9:00 am

June 6, 2019

Finish Time

5:00 pm

June 7, 2019

Address

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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