Behavioral Based Safety (BBS) & Safety Leadership - 24 - 28 March 2013 Dubai, UAE

October 16, 2018

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Behavioral Based Safety (BBS) & Safety Leadership

Dubai, UAE

24 - 28 March 2013


This exclusive 5 day course on Safety Leadership & Behavioral Based Safety will cover key safety strategies & methods in achieving zero injury in industry.


Part 1: Successful Safety Leadership (Day 1)

Effective Leadership from the management team is a key feature of a positive safety culture as it determines how everybody else in the organisation will view and act upon safety issues.

Unfortunately, safety management is not a field that excites many managers and executives. Attending to safety issues tends to be seen as something that is required by legislature, is boring and has little ‘glamour’ attached to it, rather than as something that will be seen to contribute to profit and competitiveness.

Safety Leadership is one of the major challengers in today’s world. Although many think that leaders are born, not made, anyone can be a better leader.


Part 2: Behavioural Based Safety (Day 2 - Day 5)

If you or your company are just embarking on a Behavioural Safety process, are currently in the initial stages, or looking for ways to maintain your current process you will learn all about behavioral safety and the steps involved in its implementation and maintenance. Led by leading world expert, Prof. Dominic Cooper, this informative workshop will answer many practical questions.


Some Behavioral Safety Processes can take many years to truly impact injury rates while others can take 12-24 months to get you to Zero. The Behavioral Safety Maturity Ladder shows that increasing ownership and coverage leads to greater injury reduction. Based on extensive empirical research, each level has been shown to exert an ever-increasing impact on injury rates.


For full details & registration, kindly download the brochure today!



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