Developing and Sharing HSE Best Practice

In order for an organisation to thrive and continually improve the safety performance, a culture of seeking and adopting best HSE practice is critical.

Best practice is an approach that enables an organisation to move with the latest innovations, tap into existing skill sets and knowledge base within the business to improve systems, processes and productivity. 

This course, that is mapped against CMI Level 3, explores what good and best practice is, how and when to implement best practice, who can apply best practice and probably most importantly, how to share best practice.

Following this course you will be able to:

  • Confidently invite safety conversations and welcome interventions.
  • Have the tools to accelerate your and your business overall safety performance through safety conversations and hazard reporting.
  • Have practiced safety conversations to have an easy transition into real worklife scenarios.
  • Learn importance of and reasoning behind reporting all hazards, incidents and near misses

Who should attend:

Managers, Leaders, safety influencers. Those who are in these positions or are striving to progress into these roles.

Duration:

Half day

Locations:

UK and Europe

Delegate Numbers:

Min 3, Max 12

  • Designed by business and safety professionals
  • Certificate issued completion
Module 1 - Introduction to Hazards
  • What is a hazard?

  • Explore the difference between a hazard and a risk

  • Near misses – what is a near miss and why report them?

Module 2 – Emotional Fallout
  • What if / If only. Exercise to demonstrate  the personal effects of not reporting or intervening in the event of an incident.

Module 3 - Practical Hazard Exercise
  • Hazard spot exercise – using locations around the business the delegates compete to spot hazards and incidents. Explore results and further embed what and how to report.

Module 4 - Safety Conversations
  • Forum theatre exercise using professional specially trained actors. Demonstrate safety conversations and ask the delegates to lead and influence the interaction. Together the delegates discover what a successful safety conversation looks and feels like and what language & tone to use in different situations.

Module 5 - Sharing Good Practice
  • Identify the circumstances where good practice should not be shared due to a breach of any legal or organisational legislation

Final Assessment
  • Understanding of good practice and how to develop and share

Customers also viewed:

Leadership Intensive

Leadership Masterclass

Soft Skill Courses

We can also help with…

Leadership & Management Training

We’re an accredited training provider for the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) range of courses. We are the only company in the UK to provide a specific Safety Leadership Training course pending accredition by the CMI.

HSE Documents & Engagement Programmes

This is where it all started for us. For over 20 years we’ve been turning tedious HSE manuals into clear, engaging communications. We can script and check against latest compliance if you’re too busy. Our approach is very different and our initial investment in getting it right for you is refreshingly simple, but incredibly effective.

Onsite Safety Training

‘Face to Face’ fully immersive integration is at the very heart of our training. Our Award-Winning Training Programmes are proven to change safety behaviours in high-risk industries from oil & petro to waste management, rail and shipping.

Induction Videos

A specifically designed HSE Film could be the key to communicating your message. Our highly talented team of technical specialists will visit you for onsite filming and create a bespoke film to meet your needs.

Trending Knowledge

more…

Great training starts with a great conversation…

Call Now!
0800 470 4441
Covid-19
Business As Usual
Read more…