5 Strategies for a Stronger Safety Culture

ABOUT THIS COURSE

Thinking your work conditions aren’t safe enough? Brewing concerns about a colleague’s near-accident?
We’re giving you our 5-pronged strategy grounded in research, data and case studies, you’ll learn how to build a safety culture that will allow your managers (and yourself) to sleep soundly at night.
Our 5-pronged strategy goes through the whole process of cultivating a sustainable safety culture from understanding the commitment to safety, where your organization stands in safety levels, how to improve your current processes, and how to use the Hierarchical of Controls to create safe systems.

SESSIONS

  1. How Other Organizations View Safety
  2. So Who’s Responsible?
  3. [Strategy 1]: Be Committed
  4. [Strategy 2]: Know the Safety Culture Maturity Levels
  5. [Strategy 3]: Move Up the Safety Culture Ladder
  6. [Strategy 4]: Use the Hierarchy of Controls
  7. [Strategy 5]: Take Ownership

7

Sessions

68

Minutes

Johnny Cheng
Manager, SAESL

Johnny Cheng is Manager for Health, Safety and Environment, Singapore Aero Engine Services Pte Ltd. With extensive experience in the field of workplace safety, he has spoken on management systems at international conferences.
He served with the Singapore Workplace Safety & Health Council and is a lead assessor in ISO 9001, ISO OHSAS 18001, & ISO 14001 management systems.

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Mr Johnny Cheng
Manager, SAESL

8

Sessions

70

Minutes

ABOUT THIS COURSE

Thinking your work conditions aren’t safe enough? Brewing concerns about a colleague’s near-accident?
We’re giving you our 5-pronged strategy grounded in research, data and case studies, you’ll learn how to build a safety culture that will allow your managers (and yourself) to sleep soundly at night.
Our 5-pronged strategy goes through the whole process of cultivating a sustainable safety culture from understanding the commitment to safety, where your organization stands in safety levels, how to improve your current processes, and how to use the Hierarchical of Controls to create safe systems.

SESSIONS

  1. How Other Organizations View Safety
  2. So Who’s Responsible?
  3. [Strategy 1]: Be Committed
  4. [Strategy 2]: Know the Safety Culture Maturity Levels
  5. [Strategy 3]: Move Up the Safety Culture Ladder
  6. [Strategy 4]: Use the Hierarchy of Controls
  7. [Strategy 5]: Take Ownership

ABOUT THE COURSE MASTER

Mr Johnny Cheng
Manager, SAESL

Johnny Cheng is Manager for Health, Safety and Environment, Singapore Aero Engine Services Pte Ltd. With extensive experience in the field of workplace safety, he has spoken on management systems at international conferences.
He served with the Singapore Workplace Safety & Health Council and is a lead assessor in ISO 9001, ISO OHSAS 18001, & ISO 14001 management systems.

(*Billed annually)