Safety Leadership II: Leading Individual Safety Performance (SL2-02)

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Safety Leadership II: Leading Individual Safety Performance (SL2-02)

September 21 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

$48.00 – $115.00

Effective and accountable leadership is an essential component of an organization’s health and safety program. To make safety a reality, every leader must have a desire to make the workplace safe for all that enter. It’s no secret – leaders have a greater responsibility for safety than anyone else in the organization. How they demonstrate the importance of safety can significantly impact outcomes.

Each of the three modules in the health and safety leadership program is designed to give you the information and skills to establish and support an effective occupational health and safety system. Explore the development of a safety culture from three perspectives – programs, individuals and teams – and embed safety throughout all levels of the organization.

Note: employers wishing to package all three modules together into one three-day program must submit a Private Training request

Module 2: Leading Individual Safety Performance

This ~7-hour scheduled online workshop examines the significant impact your relationship with your employees has on the culture of safety within your organization. Explore the theory and application of leading individuals through change, motivating employees to adopt a safety culture, positively reinforcing safe work behaviours and providing positive corrective feedback.


September 21
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
$48.00 – $115.00
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