LEADING SAFELY Training Course
This Leading Safely course is focused on delivering the knowledge and skills that drive improvements in productivity, increase profitability, enhance corporate reputation and strengthen the brand through effective leadership of the health and safety agenda. Using a unique diagnostic tool delegates analyse their health and safety leadership performance and make a personal commitment plan to improve.
The Leading Safely course is aimed at directors, senior executives, senior managers and anyone else with leadership responsibility.
Available as an Onsite Course
NOT Available as a Public Course
By the end of this course, participants should be able to:
- Recognise the value of strategic safety and health and its integration into business management systems.
- Understanding your safety and health responsibilities.
- Appreciating the consequences of inadequate safety and health.
- Planning the overall direction for safety and health in your organisation.
- Understanding the importance of sufficiently resourcing your safety and health management system.
- Knowing why you should monitor and review your safety and health performance.
- Diagnosing your current behaviours.
- Understanding safety and health leadership, its importance and key behaviours.
- Looking at when things go wrong – case studies.
- Getting leadership right – case studies
- Actions and commitment – reviewing your behaviours and making personal commitments for change.
A maximum of 12 participants can attend each Leading Safely training session.
Leading Safely training sessions are 1-day in duration.
On successful competition of the Leading Safely course participants will receive an Accredited Certificate. The certification will expire after 3-years.
Course Entry Requirements
There are no special entry requirements for participants associated with this course.
There are no special site requirements associated with this course.
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