Leadership and Safety Culture
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CREATING A SAFETY CULTURE IN A HIGH RELIABILITY ORGANISATION
Helps managers from all sectors to rise to the many challenges involved in creating a safety culture that really does lead to high performance. Middle and senior-level executives from all areas who would like to enhance their leadership skills by creating and maintaining outstanding safety standards – and vice versa. The programme is particularly useful for senior managers and those expecting to move into senior management in the future
- Lead to go from a «reactive» to an «interdependent» Safety Culture in your area
- Benchmark with the ‘best in class’, DuPont de Nemours: How have they become one of the safest companies with sustainable safety results?
- Develop an attitude of permanent awareness and vigilance, go from ‘they’ to ‘we’
- Face your responsibilities as accountable manager
- Investigate the links between organisation and safety, management and safety, leadership and safety
- Decode the human factors in risk judgement and decision making
- Lead change including Safety Culture challenges
- Detect ‘weak signals‘ decode surrounding signals, link management, stress and safety
- Link individual behaviours with team working, middle management practises, higher management attitudes, organisational systems
- Influence positively
- Share and learn with and from others, build action plans, bring ideas and tools to transfer awareness and know-how to manage committees and middle management
The programme aims to change the state of mind of managers about safety within their organisations, help them understand how safety is a central issue in their organisation’s structure and leadership; and how to develop awareness on a day to day basis.
Whatever your position is in the organisation chart, being a good manager means you must make your company a safer place. It’s the responsibility of senior managers to create a culture of safety, technical managers are supposed to build safe systems, and middle managers are in charge of promoting safe behaviour.
But a commitment to safety is not just part of the job description. Most management experts agree that leaders who demonstrate commitment to their team’s well-being inspire greater motivation and thus get teams to produce better work faster. In other words, paying attention to safety makes you a better manager and leader.
CEDEP’s innovative new Leadership & Saftety Culture programme helps managers from all sectors to rise to the many challenges involved in creating a safety culture that really does lead to high performance.
Who should attend
/Middle and senior-level executives from all areas who would like to enhance their leadership skills by creating and maintaining outstanding safety standards – and vice versa. The programme is particularly useful for senior managers and those expecting to move into senior management in the future