To improve how leaders look at and deal with their role in safety with the focus on helping top management, both in operational and enabling roles, to move from managing safety to leading safety, based on ten leadership principles and DNV's understanding of safety leadership.
Who should attend:
Top managers in the organization - C- and E-level (Board + N-2) - Key country management - Top HSEQ management
Duration: 2 days (physical or virtual classroom delivery possible)
This course can also be customized for your company's needs. Please contact your local Maritime Academy.
This 2-day workshop, developed by DNV's industry experts with firsthand experience in safety leadership, enables participants to acquire and practice the mental models and techniques that will foster psychological safety within their teams and help them to better understand their own impact on safety.
The focus on Day 1 is to develop a common understanding and get everyone speaking the same language about safety, how to talk to operators, how to read data and how to pick up on hidden issues. Is your workplace more focused on compliance or on commitment? Are your employees applying procedures as intended or are they finding a more "natural" route? Day 2 gets more personal as participants focus on their own impact on safety. Cultural considerations are examined before moving into action with a risk management model and activities leading to the definition of your own personal safety goal.
Key focus areas:
- Compliance approach vs. Commitment approach
- Work as Imagined vs. Work as Done
- Picking up on weak signals
- Systems, Standards, Compliance
- Cultural considerations
- Risk identification and assessment
- Risk evaluation and control
- Risk monitoring
Why partner with us
DNV’s expertise in risk management and industrial safety ensures that companies meet necessary health and safety, environmental, ethical and other sustainability performance standards through our empirical and data-driven insights from experienced practitioners in the field of action.