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Course provides leaders necessary skills and behaviors to champion safety, enabling them to recognize their incredible power to influence the direction of their organization. Leaders will gain a clear vision of the type of health and safety culture they want to mature.
The training explores styles of leadership and the effective leadership behaviors that will develop an organization that cares and protects people and minimizes loss.
The UK Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) approve the training.
It utilizes the power of collaboration, open questions, and active listening to facilitate leaders to become effective safety coaches.
Once the preserve of executives and senior managers, coaching is fast becoming a standard feature of corporate life and the ability to coach is increasingly deemed to be an essential leadership skill.
A highly effective problem-solving tool for line management that evaluates risks to people and business.
Risk assessment not only evaluates the risks to people, but also asset loss, environment and company reputation. It is the cornerstone of any safety management system. The major emphasis is to identify hazards, evaluate risk and implement effective controls.
Understanding the policies and procedures to ensure all work is conducted safely through the application of effective Control of Work (COW) policies, combined with the critical steps is essential to ensure work execution causes no harm to people and minimizes impact on the environment.
Organizations expect line managers to be effective EHS leaders, however, this expectation is generally set without any formal training of the expectations of senior leaders and without clear knowledge of the company EHS Management System.
This training addresses these gaps by providing a holistic perspective of an organizations EHS management system tailored to the role of facility based line managers. It offers a practical understanding of company EHS expectations and builds context and knowledge for the line manager, thus removing uncertainty.
Realizing the value of an acquisition or divestiture is difficult enough, and a significant risk to value creation that is often considered late, if at all, relates to EHS.
Learn to avoid the pitfalls by:
International finance for new developments and expansion projects often comes with significantly higher HSE expectations than companies experience by simply meeting national regulatory requirements.
Attendees will understand: