Developing and Sustaining an Effective Safety Culture

246 Ratings


Course Overview

A successful safety culture is widely accepted as being the essential component of an organization’s safety management system. Culture is to an organization as personality is to an individual in that each individual has one and each organization has one. A culture, just like a personality, is unique to each organization however a culture can either be supportive and stimulating or, if not carefully developed, highly debilitating and destructive. This training will provide you with the all the necessary tools to create your own unique and effective safety culture that will empower your workforce.

Learning Objectives


Learners will be able to implement the Impact of an Effective Safety Culture on Achieving Good Safety Management


Learners will be able to identify how to Establish a Safety Culture and Identify Behavioral Change Improvement Opportunities


Learners will Gain a mastery of the Importance of Human Factors and the Work of Taylor, Herzberg, McGregor and Maslow


Learners will be able to understand the Business Benefits of Sustaining an Effective Safety Culture

Course Outline

Day One

Safety Culture and Leadership

  • Safety Culture and Safety Climate
  • The Influence Factor
  • Leadership and Culture
  • Improving Safety Performance
  • Historical Review

Safety Management Systems

  • Safety Management Systems and Safety Culture Factors
  • Essential Safety Management System Components
  • Developing an Effective Safety Management System
  • Sustaining an Effective Safety Management System
  • Reasons for Safety Management System Failure
  • The True Benefits of an Effective Safety Management System

HSE Model for Safety Culture

  • Identifying Problem Areas
  • Dependent, Independent and Interdependent Cultures
  • Planning for Change
  • HSE Cultural Change Model
  • How and When to Intervene
  • Key Performance Indicators
  • Success Factors and Barriers
  • Attitude Questionnaires

Behavioral Safety

  • Safety Culture and Behavioral Safety
  • Human Factors
  • Negative and Positive Dimensions
  • Taylor, Herzberg, McGregor and Maslow
  • ABC Analysis (antecedents, behavior and consequences)
  • What drives behavior?
  • Natural Penalties and Consequences

Who Should Attend?

This highly practical and interactive course has been specifically designed for:

  • All Line Managers and Supervisors
  • Production and Process Engineers
  • Maintenance PersonnelHSE Personnel
  • Any other personnel who are involved in planning and implementing the organisation’s HSE management system

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