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Safety Leadership

3 days SEC/SAFLEAD
Level
Foundation
Audience
  • From intermediate managers to line supervisors in operation, maintenance, technical, HSE and support staff.
Purpose
  • This course provides knowledge of how to align first line management and intermediate management with company standards & expectations.
Learning Objectives
  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • understand and explain company safety values,
  • assess your position and realize their main gaps,
  • build a personal action plan and engage their commitment to progress,
  • demonstrate your personal impact on company safety culture,
  • explain how to act and to communicate accordingly.
Prerequisite
  • No prerequisites for this course.
Ways and means
  • Team work with intensive use of case studies, incident analysis, simulations and role playing.
Observation
This course is adapted to company HSE current performances and objectives, implemented Management System, main tools used.

COMPANY SAFETY CULTURE 0.5 day
  • Safety culture definitions. Different milestones for safety culture buildup. The essential key role of a safety management system.
  • Assessing safety culture maturity.
  • What are my safety values? What are the company’s safety culture embedded values? Closing gaps between my safety values and my company’s safety values.
MY IMPACT ON THE COMPANY’S SAFETY CULTURE 2.25 days
  • My day-to-day behavior:
  • Commitment, given the right example, reacting to deviations and unsafe conditions, positive point reinforcements, up-and-down communication, catalyst for sharing and team work. Integration of intercultural aspects.
  • Managing my team:
  • Safety communication: safety message from top management, findings and actions from incident analysis or assessment.
  • Controlling application of company’s dedicated process in different activities: risk assessment (task risk assessment, work permit), procedures (up-to-date, field application), incident analysis, safety critical devices (by-pass, test), operating windows, shift handover.
  • Motivating my staff: team work, delegating actions ownership, yearly employee assessment, training plans.
  • Working with others:
  • Participating in the different company’s dedicated processes: unit risk assessment (What-If, HAZOP), management of change, emergency drills, incident analysis, key performance indicator reporting, safety management system reviews, assessments.
  • Influencing the organization:
  • Behavior and communication on the field. Detection & analysis of weak signals from the field, from processes and organization. Proactive acts. Effective communication. Well-balanced reporting.
COURSE OUTCOMES & PERSONAL COMMITMENT TO SAFETY 0.25 day
  • Group discussion about main highlights of the course according to attendees. Sharing of some personal to-do lists to influence safety culture in my company.