When leaders gain fluency around safety, companies see injury rates drop, employee commitment increases, and overall production improves. How can you as a leader effectively use safety as a catalyst to achieve other operational benefits?
Join the Safety in Action conference on 26 – 27 October 2016 in Antwerp to discuss how leading with safety can bring culture change, and what you can do to get better at it.
- Leading with Safety or Leading Safety?
This session outlines the unique characteristics of safety as a tool to change, the key elements required to deliver your desired culture change, and how to overcome common barriers to that change. Read more.
- Leaders' Role in Minimising Error: Lessons from Neuroscience
In this session, Dr. Susan L. Koen (RoundTheClock Resources) pulls the curtain back on brain-centred hazards and discusses how to minimise human error in the workplace based on new advances in neuroscience. Read more.
- How Not to Shoot Yourself in the Foot
This session looks into what safety leaders do to hurt their credibility, and explores ways to prevent the hurt and how to 'fix' the damage. Read more.