Mark Cachia, MSS SECURITY - Beyond training: Creating a safety culture on the ground and in the air

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Mark Cachia, General Manager Aviation, MSS SECURITY delivered the presentation at the 2014 Asia Pacific Aviation Security AVSEC conference.

The AVSEC conference brings together government authorities, policy makers and key industry leaders all under one roof at one time, to discuss the most pressing issues, the latest challenges and technology advancement within the aviation industry in the Asia Pacific region.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.informa.com.au/avsecconference

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Mark Cachia, MSS SECURITY - Beyond training: Creating a safety culture on the ground and in the air

  1. 1. Beyond Training ‘Crea&ng  a  safety  culture  on  the  ground  and  in  the  air’  
  2. 2. “Tell  me  and  I  forget.  Teach  me  and  I   remember.  Involve  me  and  I  learn.”   Benjamin  Franklin    
  3. 3. An employee’s journey
  4. 4. There is no one ingredient to a successful business model that embraces cultural senses. Each step makes a difference… Recruitment   Onboarding   Training   Development   Recurrent   Training   Each step makes a difference
  5. 5. This is the fundamental basis of any company’s success. Recruit right and your business and culture will flourish. Recruitment   Onboarding   Training   Development   Recurrent   Training   It starts at the very beginning
  6. 6. It’s important to make new employees feel part of the team and understand the culture Recruitment   Onboarding   Training   Development   Recurrent   Training   Becoming part of the team
  7. 7. Training provides people with the skills and knowledge to do their work.   Recruitment   Onboarding   Training   Development   Recurrent   Training   Dedicating time to train
  8. 8. This is a lifelong learning, (formal and informal – networking and benchmarking, sharing knowledge and continually striving to find ways to better ourselves and therefore our business). Recruitment   Onboarding   Training   Development   Recurrent   Training   Developing our people
  9. 9. Ensures that individuals participate in a formal process to ensure that their skills and knowledge is current. Recruitment   Onboarding   Training   Development   Recurrent   Training   Continuous Improvement
  10. 10. The Training & Development (T&D) cycle: Continuous Improvement Con7nuous     Review   Recurrent     Training   Training  
  11. 11. Cost versus Investment
  12. 12. What is the return on investment? Competence   More  Customers   Sa7sfied  customers  Best  Prac7ce   Be?er  outcomes   Engagement   Focused  People   Competent   Professionals   Safer  workplace   Teamwork   Happier  staff   An  organisa7on  that  knows  where  it  is   heading  
  13. 13. Successful Businesses
  14. 14. Developing a strong culture A  key  factor  to  keeping  your  business’  culture  is  to  define  the  culture  you   want  to  create  from  the  beginning,  and  integrate  it  into  the  development  of   your  people  from  the  beginning.   Cul7va7ng  culture  into  organisa7ons,  requires    long-­‐term  commitment  from   all  levels  of  business.  Integra7ng  long  term  employees  who  understand  your   values,  concepts,  and  culture  with  the  newer  employees,  will  foster  a  an   environment  of  learning,  educa7on  and  development.  
  15. 15. How does it work? What does it look like?
  16. 16. Who needs to be involved?
  17. 17. Change your journey, not your destination…
  18. 18. Questions…

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