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A new behavioural safety, please contact us for me details

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  • 1. Behavioural Safety Essentials
    Delivered by:
    Say Consultancy &John D Leighton
  • 2. Safety today
    During 2008/09
    4.7 million days were lost due to workplace injury
    180 workers were killed at work
    29.3 million days were lost overall 
    There must be something we can do?
    There is…
    Behavioural Safety training
    Data source HSE
  • 3. Behavioural Safety –What's that then?
    Behavioural Safety is an approach to workplace safety that focuses on workers' behaviour as the cause of most work-related injuries
    It’s the natural progression from procedurally based systems
    Workers recognise that they are the biggest influencers of their own safety
    They encourage and develop the behavioural safety of others
  • 4. What's in it for us?
    A manufacturing company reduced accidentsby 45% in four years (HSE)
    A petrochemicals company saved £250,000 following a behavioural safety programme (HSE)
    Integrated Packaging Ltd in Gateshead ordered to pay £3,374 in 2008 for a fractured wrist (IOSH)
    International Paper (UK) Limited fined £6,000 when a worker lost an arm
    And most important of all –keep your people safe at work
  • 5. Safe behaviours at work and home
    Identify the link between safety at work, home, family, friends etc
    What are our responsibilities to each other
    What do we do to keep everyone safe
    Human vs process elements
  • 6. Creating a team safety culture
    Safety Team Activity
    Understanding Team Dynamics
    Effective Team working
    Developing a Team Safety Culture
  • 7. Spotting unsafe behaviour in others
    What are the drivers of safety personal, financial, commercial, humanitarian – what works?
    How perception and consequences reinforces beliefs
    Personal Styles inventory
    Taking an adult approach to keeping safe (TA)
    Words, phrases or approaches that get the outcomes required
  • 8. Having safety conversations
    Communication skills and styles
    Active Listening
    Overcoming our reluctance to challenge unsafe behaviours in others
    The power of positive language
    My Safety Legacy will demonstrate…
  • 9. Summary and next Steps
    The behavioural approach works
    You will save money, effort and people
    Improve your accident profile
    Build the confidence of your people
    Demonstrate you care about safety
    Talk to us!

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