ons 10 mars|
Exclusive interactive webinar with the safety leadership pioneer and best-selling author Prof Dr Andrew Sharman
Join Prof Dr Andrew Sharman for this innovative, interactive seminar highlighting the essential leadership, culture and behavioural aspects of workplace safety to systematically move your organization forward towards safety excellence. This session will excite and inspire you to think in new ways!
Tid & Plats
10 mars 2021 14:00 – 16:00
SÄKU invites you to an exclusive webinar where you’ll be able to get to know and learn from the experiences of an internationally wellrenowed Leader in Safety - Prof Dr Andrew Sharman!
Join us for this innovative, interactive seminar highlighting the essential leadership, culture and behavioural aspects of workplace safety to systematically move your organization forward towards safety excellence. This session will excite and inspire you to think about safety culture differently.
Andrew will share with us his reflections on Safety 1 versus Safety 2 (with reference to the “Erik Hollnagel school” of the two terms). We will also delve into the opportunities to apply the marginal gains theories to safety, as Andrew shares the One Percent Safer movement, launched in September which harnesses contributions from 142 of the world’s leading thinkers, creating a compendium of ideas that anyone, anywhere, can access and put in place to create a safer, healthier world of work, and encouraging us always to think about one thing we can do to make things safer.
We will also consider the role of transformational leadership in safety, as we understand that safety leadership is not just about the application of policies and procedures, it’s about winning hearts and minds. Helping you to think about how you can get everyone, every day, engaged in safety.
Andrew will also share his reflections on ‘measuring success’ and how we can create meaningful measures to support us on the journey to safety excellence, that move us away from those ‘Looking Good Indexes’ and towards more proactive forward thinking measures.
You will leave this seminar with the key principles to drive positive change and start planning how you can build a robust culture of safety in your organization. We can’t wait to see you there!
For this webinar, the Zoom platform will be used.
Be sure to check that you are able to connect to a Zoom webinar (using the internet browser) before register.
The event will be held in English.
About Andrew Sharman
Andrew Sharman is an internationally well known educator within the leadership and safety fields. During 2020 he was President of the Institution of Occupational Safety & Health (IOSH), the world’s largest body for safety professionals.
He is the author of multiple books on safety, safety culture and leadership, including the bestselling “From Accidents to Zero”. Andrew resides in Switzerland as managing partner and creator of the international culture and leadership consultancy RMS.
Registration and fee
Register by using the buttom "Register!" above or below.
After the registration a Zoom-invitation will be sent to you (the same day or a few days later). In a few days prior to the event, the link will also be sent to you in an email.
The webinar is free for SÄKU members. For non-SÄKU members the registration fee is 2 000 SEK plus VAT per attendee. The fee applies if you register for the event but do not attend.
Time: 14.00 – ca 16.00 (CET)
Presentation + time for break, discussions/questions.
Information related to GDPRI
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When applying to the event, the registered person agrees to have their voices and perhaps themselves recorded in a video during the event, if such a recording will be made. The video recording is made with a learning purpose in mind and will be published at the member page on the SÄKU webpage. The video recording is only intended for SÄKU members.
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