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Behavioural Based Safety for Safety Professionals (Workshop 1)Exceeding Regulatory Standards By Rejuvenating Safety Values Through An Unprecedented, Continuous And Holistic Involvement 25th (Mon) & …

Behavioural Based Safety for Safety Professionals (Workshop 1)Exceeding Regulatory Standards By Rejuvenating Safety Values Through An Unprecedented, Continuous And Holistic Involvement 25th (Mon) & 26th (Tue) July, 2011 - Traders Hotel, Penang

Behavioural Based Safety for Line Managers (Workshop 2)Increasing Line Managers Proactive Role In Instilling And Supporting 27th (Wed) & 28th (Thu) July, 2011 - Traders Hotel, Penang

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  • 1. M A S T E R C L A S S S E R I E S Limited to 25 AttendeesBehavioural Based Safety for Safety Professionals (Workshop 1)Exceeding Regulatory Standards By Rejuvenating Safety Values Through An Unprecedented,Continuous And Holistic Involvement25th (Mon) & 26th (Tue) July, 2011 - Traders Hotel, PenangBehavioural Based Safety for Line Managers (Workshop 2)Increasing Line Managers Proactive Role In Instilling And Supporting Safety Culture across organisation27th (Wed) & 28th (Thu) July, 2011 - Traders Hotel, Penang Workshop Moderated by: DR CHRIS DARLING Moderate a successful workshop in March, 2011 in Kuala Lumpur 25 years experience in Safety Culture Former Safety, Health & Risk Manager of BlueScope Steel Expert Panel in Accident Investigation, Australia Worked in wide variety of industries including, steel, aviation, mining, construction and oil & gas Worked as Safety Advisor in Middle East Highly sought after workshop leader Organised By: For Further details please contact Frontier In Knowledge International Tel: (603) - 9206 9000 Fax: (603) - 92811176 vijay@fikintl.com www.fikintl.com
  • 2. 25th (Mon) to 28th (Thu) July, 2011 Traders Hotel, Penang Safety workshop moderated by Dr Chris Darling in March, 2011 in Kuala Lumpur actively progressing WHAT MALAYSIAN SAFETY MANAGERS SAY ABOUT DR CHRIS DARLING’S WORKSHOP “Very Knowledgeable & practical. Good story teller. Did provoke my thinking.” – SHE Manager, Exxonmobil Exploration “Nice way of getting people to participate especially in experience sharing and story telling.”– Petronas East Coast “Happy with the overall workshop.” – Senior HSE Manager, B Braun “Very Good” – HSE Department, Petronas Carigali “Excellent” - VP Environment & Safety, PTT Chemical Public Co. Ltd “Very Good” – QHSE Manager, MMHEYOUR WORKSHOP LEADER - DR CHRIS DARLING MBBS, MSC (OCCUP MED), FAFOEMDr Darling is the founder and director of a leading safety consulting firm providing advice to organisations on establishing andembedding high performing safety cultures capable of obtaining superior outcomes. Chris has worked in a variety of industriesincluding heavy manufacturing, oil and gas, mining and service industries and has provided assistance to companies acrossa broad geographical range including, Australia, USA, Vietnam, South Korea, China and Bangladesh.Prior to establishing OHS Leadership Chris was employed by BlueScope as the Manager, Safety, Health & Risk where heassisted in establishing the safety leadership practices that led to BlueScope Steel being recognised as a world leader insafety in the Steel Industry.This is a large heavy manufacturing industry with sites in the Illawarra (NSW), Western Port(Victoria) and New Zealand, with a wide range of process, task and health based risks. The businesses employed over 6,500employees and approximately 3,000 FTE contractors.Since leaving BlueScope Steel Chris has worked with a variety of organisations and has continued his relationship withPOSCO (South Korean steelmaking Company), where he is invited to visit on a regular basis to coach their leaders inachieving high quality safety outcomes.Chris has also been a member of an Expert Panel established to assist the Commissioner investigating a serious trainaccident in Australia. As a qualified Medical specialist Chris is well placed to discuss the benefits that arise from theconsideration of the key element in any safety program, involving the people and how to work with employees to maximisetheir engagement and involvement.Workshop Timing For All 4 Days SHOW AND TELL Dr Darling believes highly interactive workshops deliver great value for theRegistration 08:00 am delegates. Therefore, he has allocated several group exercises. During theSession Commence 09:00 am session you are highly encouraged to share the issues and challengesMorning Refreshment 10:30 amLuncheon an hour 12:45pm encounted at your work place. Dr Darling will conclude the session byAfternoon Refreshment 03:30 pm providing his insights on solving the situation.Session Ends 05.00 pm WHO SHOULD ATTEND Head of HSE - Loss Prevention Managers, HSE Managers, Safety Managers, Risk Managers/Engineers, Operations Managers, Line Managers, Shift Managers, HSE Team Leader, HSE Advisor, HSE Planner, Loss Prevention Advisor, Operations Superintendent, Safety Superintendents, Safety Committee Members, Supervisors/Team Leaders, Safety Officers/Engineers, BBS Coordinators and Champions. 1 2 3 4 5 6
  • 3. WHY YOU SHOULD ATTENDThis workshop will benefit Safety Managers with an interest in challenging themselves and their organisations on how to improvetheir safety outcome. Obtaining high quality safety outcome requires a balance between leadership, systems and behaviourstogether with an organisation that seek to engage, involve and learn from its employees.This workshop will outline practices thatare known to work well in any organisation.Safety Managers will be involved in case presentation and exercises that will assist them in identifying improvement opportunitieswithin their companies. Thus to ensure safety remains fresh and focused on the prevention of harm to all employees andcontractors. AGENDA Within each topic, even though not specifically mentioned, there will be a range of stories and case studies to emphasise the lessons learnt. The studies will include both good examples, that have led to sustained effective improvements and examples that have had unintended outcomes, The intent of initial sessions is to help attendees to assess the strengths and weaknesses of their organisations to assist them in identifying “what needs to change” when they return to their business GOALS OF THE WORKSHOP: Familiarize and reinforce with the principles of BBS To examine the structure of effective OHS programs Workshop 1 To outline how to integrate BBS into high performing safety cultures 25th (Mon) & 26th (Tue) July, 2011 Understanding the role of leadership in supporting BBS across an organisation Traders Hotel, Penang Understanding how leadership can negate a BBS approach within an organisation To provide attendees the opportunity to share experiences from their company DAY ONE WHAT IS BEHAVIOURAL BASED SAFETY (BBS)? The development of BBS in last decade Why organisations continue to encounter challenges in implemening and managing BBS What is Relationship Based Safety (RBS)? Are there any differences between BBS and RBS? HOW DOES BBS HELP ASSIST IN ACHIEVING A HIGH PERFORMING SAFETY CULTURE? The definition of safety Culture The importance of people within that culture The 8 elements of a high performing safety culture The necessity for developing trust in an organisation The importance of good communication on safety matters The importance of the plan, do, check, review cycle SAFETY LEADERSHIP – SETTING THE CONTEXT Definition of safety leadership, Characteristics of safety leadership How to engage your employees through caring leadership How to make safety personal to you and your employees Group Exercise This session will enable attendees to assess the strengths and improvement opportunities within their own businesses and to engage with other attendees in the identification of potential improvement programs for their business DAY TWO ENGAGING WITH AND LISTENING TO YOUR EMPLOYEES Relate to and engage with your operators Motivate and encourage people to be active participants in safety Encourage people to become “problem solvers” Identify and assist people who are “problem raisers” ENSURING YOU HAVE A JUST AND FAIR CULTURE Recognising Good Behaviour whilst also Recognising and Managing Unsafe Employees STRONG SAFETY GOVERNANCE Why a safety management system is necessary Why your safety management system should be: - Consistent - Sustainable - Simple and Concise - Effective How does an organisation undertake governance and how does an organisation know that it “Does what it says it Does?” MANAGING RISKS IN AN ORGANISATION FOCUSED ON BEHAVIOURAL BASED SAFETY BRINGING IT ALL TOGETHER - WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO DIFFERENTLY AFTER THIS WORKSHOP? In this session participants will be provided with the opportunity to decide what they are going to do differently as a result of lessons learnt. Three questions will be used to encourage attendees to make safety personal. They are 1. How do you demonstrate what safety means to you? 2. What are you going to do to make safety better in your organisation? 3. What are you going to ask your direct reports to do to help make safety better? 1 2 3 4 5 6
  • 4. AGENDAWithin each topic, even though not specifically mentioned, there will be a range of stories and case studies to emphasise thelessons learnt. The studies will include both good examples, that have led to sustained effective improvements and examplesthat have had unintended outcomes.The intent of initial sessions is to help attendees to assess the strengths and weaknesses of their organisations to assist themin identifying “what needs to change” when they return to their business.GOALS OF THE WORKSHOP: Familiarize the attendees with the principles of BBS To examine the structure of effective OHS programs To outline how line managers should lead to achieve high quality outcomes Understanding how leadership can negate a BBS approach within an organisation To outline how to integrate BBS into high performing safety cultures To provide attendees the opportunity to share experiences from their companyDAY ONE Workshop 2WHAT IS BEHAVIOURAL BASED SAFETY (BBS)? 27th (Wed) & 28th (Thu) July, 2011 A definition of Behavioural Based Safety Traders Hotel, Penang An overview of the 3 components of any high performing safety culture: How BBS can enhance current Safety ProgramsExercise 1 & 2HOW DOES BBS ASSIST IN ACHIEVING A HIGH PERFORMING SAFETY CULTURE AND LEAD TO BETTEROUTCOMES IN HEALTH & SAFETY The definition of safety Culture, The importance of people in implementing that culture, The 8 elements of a high performing safety culture, The necessity for developing trust in an organisation, The importance of good communication on safety matters, The importance of the plan, do, check, review cycleCase Study 1: The effective implementation of a BBS program in a large multinational organisationExercise 3: How to quickly assess your safety cultureExercise 4: How to identify what is not workingSAFETY LEADERSHIP – SETTING THE CONTEXT Definition of safety leadership, Characteristics of safety leadership Why leadership is important in driving behaviour throughout an organisation Leadership behaviours that encourage Leadership behaviours that undermine How to make your leadership visible, committed and caring How to engage your employees through caring, consistent leadership How to make safety personal, to you and your employeesCase Study 2: How to develop consistent, top down driven safety within a large organisationRECOGNISING AND REWARDING GOOD SAFETY BEHAVIOUR Techniques for motivating and recognising employeesGroup Exercise: This session will enable attendees to assess the strengths and improvement opportunities within their ownbusinesses and to engage with other attendees in the identification of potential improvement programs for their business.DAY TWOENGAGING WITH AND LISTENING TO YOUR EMPLOYEES How to learn what is really happening in your business How to engage with and support your operators Motivate and encourage people to be active participants in safety, Encourage people to become “problem solvers”, Identify and assist people who are “problem raisers”Case Study 3. How to use multiple activities to keep employees engaged and enthusiasticSAFETY WALK AROUNDS Recognising Good Behaviour whilst also Recognising and Managing Unsafe Employees Getting the balance right between behaviours and systemsSTRONG SAFETY GOVERNANCE Why a safety management system is necessary, Why your safety management system should be: Consistent, Sustainable, Simple and Concise, Effective How Governance should be undertakenMANAGING RISKS IN AN ORGANISATION FOCUSED ON BBSWhy Identifying Risks is still essential, Techniques for assisting employees to identify risks, Engaging employees in assessingcontrols, Simple, effective tools for employees to useCase Study 4. Caring for your Employees, How engaging employees led to a high class hazard registerBringing it all together - What are you going to do differently after this workshop? In this session participants will be provided withthe opportunity to decide what they are going to do differently as a result of lessons learnt.Three questions will be used to encourage attendees to make safety personal. They are1. How do you demonstrate what safety means to you? 32. What are you going to do to make safety better in your organisation?3. What are you going to ask your direct reports to do to help make safety better? 1 2 3 4 5 6
  • 5. For over 12 years Frontier International has brought in World Safety authorities to share their invaluableknowledge with asean safety professionals. In 1999 we organised the first Behaviour Based Safety event inKuala Lumpur and since then we have organised numerous timely workshops in 9 cities and trained thousandsof Safety Managers throughout Asia Pacific.Kuala Lumpur - Dubai - Sydney - Manila - Mumbai - Bangkok - Singapore - Hong Kong - Shanghai 1 2 3 4 5 6
  • 6. REGISTRATION CONTRACT CREATIVE Please complete this form immediately and fax it back to STRATEGY (603) 9281 1176A. Delegate’s details1. Name :Position :Email :Please Tick: Workshop 1 Workshop 22. Name : 25th (Mon) to3rd (Mon) & 4th (Tue) Mar, 2008 28th (Thu) July, 2011 Traders Hotel, PenangKuala Lumpur JW Marriott,Position : 2-Day FeeEmail : RM2290 per delegate (booked before 11th July, 2011)Please Tick: Workshop 1 Workshop 23. Name : RM2690 per delegate (booked after 11th July, 2011)Position : RM 1990 per delegate for group registration of 3 and aboveEmail : (Fee includes documentation, refreshment and lunch )Please Tick: Workshop 1 Workshop 2 METHOD OF PAYMENT :Organisation :Address : Payment is required within 5 working days from the invoice date.Town : 1) Cheque : Made payable to Frontier In Knowledge Sdn BhdState : Postcode : 2) Bank : Maybank, Desa Pandan Branch,Nature of Business : Kuala Lumpur Account Number : 564548102151Tel: Fax: (Quoting your Company Name and our invoice no as reference) CANCELLATIONS & SUBSTITUTIONS : All cancellationsB. The Invoice should be directed to Mr/Ms (Dept): of registration must be made in writing. If cancellation is received before 15th July, 2011 you will be entitled to a 50%Name : refund. Regrettably, no refund will be made for cancellation after 15th July, 2011. However, a complete set of documentationDept : will be sent to you. Substitutions are welcomed at anytime.Tel: Fax: NOTE : It may be necessary for reasons beyond control, toEmail : change the content and timing of the event, speaker(s) or venue. Every effort will be made to inform the participants of the change. FIK International should not be held liable forC. Authorising Manager’s details any costs arising from this change without prejudice.Name : HOTEL ACCOMMODATION : Accommodation is not included in the conference fees. To reserve accommodation at thePosition : conference venue, please contact En Khairie Yusoff, TradersTel: Fax: Hotel at (603) 20727941 and inform that you are attending a FIK International event.Signature :Date : This booking is invalid without a signature REGISTER NOW Contact Vijay or Marina Frontier In Knowledge International 23-1, Jalan 2/76C, Desa Pandan, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA Singapore Mumbai Shanghai Hong Kong Jakarta Bangkok Manila Kuala Lumpur ℡ (603) 9206 9000 / 9200 8500 (603) 9281 1176 vijay@fikintl.com 1 2 3 4 5 6 www.fikintl.com