PSS H&S Immersive Workshop in Leadership 22 May 2019

Published: Monday, April 8, 2019 - 14:59

Special Invitation:

"Whose Choice is it Anyway...?"

22 May 2019

A Port Skills and Safety Immersive Leadership Workshop

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Skills and Safety Ltd are excited to be hosting an immersive one-day workshop designed to give participants ownership and practical leadership skills to challenge unsafe actions, unsafe conditions and enable all employees to be safety leaders. 

Bringing together experts from; Active Training Team, TT Club, Keoghs LLP, Outer Temple Chambers and Mates in Mind, the workshop will progress through four specially sequenced experiential and immersive training sessions which will nudge behavioural change in people and organizations. 

This workshop is beneficial to all levels and disciplines of management within the Port Industry as well as safety professionals and suppliers. It will be especially beneficial for members that have to demonstrate leadership on 'safety walk the talks' within the organisation and those who want to learn best practice on how to challenge unsafe acts and conditions in a manner that is engaging and relationship building.


Limited seats are available.

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Date: Wednesday 22 May 2019
Venue: Glaziers Hall, London, SE1 9DD
United Kingdom

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Session 1 Spotlight: Your Choice - The Human Consequence

 

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Active Training Team is an award-winning team of professional writers, trainers, facilitators, psychologists, coaches and actors. This session examines several factors that lead to a near-fatal accident and the cultural issues that allow the contributory hazards to go unchallenged. It includes interactive experiences, film, drama, live action, exercises, participation and facilitated discussion. Participants experience the build-up to the incident, are witnesses to the incident itself, and taste for themselves some of its immediate and long-term consequences.

Leadership Learning Outcomes of Your Choice: The Human Consequence

1) Understand the organisational factors that create conditions for accidents to emerge 

2) Understand the cultural issues allowing contributory hazards to go
unchallenged

3) Provoke employees to re-evaluate of the priority of safety in operations

This workshop is relevant to all levels and disciplines of management within the Port Industry as well as safety professionals and suppliers.

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Date: Wednesday 22 May 2019
Venue: Glaziers Hall, London, SE1 9DD
United Kingdom.

 

Session 2 Spotlight - Your Choice: The Legal Consequence

 

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Keoghs is the leading provider of claims-related services to insurers, businesses and other suppliers to the insurance sector. TT Club is the leading provider of insurance and related risk management services to the international transport and logistics industry. Outer Temple Chambers are a highly regarded provider of legal services for solicitors, in-house counsel, professional clients and private individuals. This bespoke session combines the vast legal and insurance expertise of the above companies and continues the immersive experience with the emphasis on the life-changing legal consequences post incident Participants rarely have the opportunity to see the workings inside of a courtroom and this session will introduce viewpoints that they may never have considered during their employment or been aware of. Up until now.

Leadership Learning Outcomes of Your Choice: The Legal Consequence

1) Duty to take “reasonable care” for the Health, Safety and Welfare of employees at work

2) Advice from insurance experts and how decisions to prosecute are reached

3) The real-life trial process including cross-examinations and giving evidence

4) Sentencing guidelines for Health & Safety Offences

This workshop is relevant to all levels and disciplines of management within the Port Industry as well as safety professionals and suppliers.

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Date: Wednesday 22 May 2019
Venue: Glaziers Hall, London, SE1 9DD
United Kingdom.

 

Session 3 Spotlight - Your Choice: Starting the Conversation

 

Mates In Mind

Mates in Mind (MinM) was established by the Health in Construction Leadership Group with the support of the British Safety Council in September 2016. MinM is a registered charity operating in the UK, that aims to provide clear information to employers on available support and guidance on mental health, mental illness and mental wellbeing, and how they can address this within their organisations.

This bespoke session brings mental health awareness centre stage. We know that physical and mental ill health directly impacts choices, behaviours and actions but stigma, however, remains the biggest barrier to addressing mental health concerns within the workplace. This training session is for port members to understand their roles and responsibilities when it comes to mental well-being in the workplace as well as its hidden role in safety incidents.


Leadership Learning Outcomes of Your Choice: Start the conversation

1) Understand what is meant by 'Mental Health'
2) Identify the pressures facing an employee
3) Understand why people are reluctant to talk about mental health
4) Identify how pressures affect Mental Health
5) Identify ways of looking after our own mental health
6) Identify the signs that someone else needs help
7) Know exactly what to say and do if employees need help
8) Recognise that's it's OK and beneficial to talk about mental health
9) Understand the hidden role of Mental Health in accidents

This workshop is relevant to all levels and disciplines of management within the Port Industry as well as safety professionals and suppliers.

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Date: Wednesday 22 May 2019
Venue: Glaziers Hall, London, SE1 9DD
United Kingdom.

 

Session 4 Spotlight - Your Choice: Practical Leadership

 

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Having been immersed in an incident and the consequences, workshop participants come away with a deep, lasting awareness of their responsibility for their own safety and that of colleagues. This final session builds upon the immersion and provides participants with training in communication tools and their practical application. Participants end the day empowered with a new skill set and perspective to actively influence business and safety outcomes within their organisations.

Leadership Learning Outcomes of Your Choice: Practical Leadership

1) Create lasting awareness of employee responsibility for their own safety and that of colleagues
2) Practical communication tools to demonstrate safety leadership in organisational situations

This workshop is relevant to all levels and disciplines of management within the Port Industry as well as safety professionals and suppliers.

Click here for more details and to book tickets


Date: Wednesday 22 May 2019
Venue: Glaziers Hall, London, SE1 9DD
United Kingdom.

 

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