Be a Vision Zero hero
What is Vision Zero?
Vision Zero is ISSA’s global initiative to eradicate all work-related accidents and illness. The campaign is centred on three core values: safety, health and wellbeing - and it is guided by 7 Golden Rules.
Taking a strong, proactive approach, Vision Zero promotes a modern workplace culture of prevention. Its flexibility means it can be embedded in organisations of any size and industry… and in any country across the world.
ISSA has partnered with IOSH to help deliver its global Vision Zero message. IOSH has been delivering quality training products that have helped promote occupational health and safety since 1945, so this partnership will enable the Vision Zero strategy to be embedded into organisations across the globe meeting the IOSH standard.
Inspire your people and give them confidence, strengthen your corporate reputation and enhance your brand with Vision Zero training
2020 has been a pivotal year in world history with the Covid-19 pandemic. People want healthier, safer and better lives and the workplace will be crucial to this so this is your opportunity to help change the world for good.
Vision Zero training is here to support your organisation on how to get started on implementing a Vision Zero strategy. By demonstrating your commitment and by driving up the universal standards of workplace safety and health, you can be a Vision Zero hero.
The Vision Zero training course can be delivered face-to-face or remotely through virtual platforms (eg. video conferencing) and is a one-day training course, creating minimum disruption to your employees and your organisation’s operations.
By the end of this course your employees will gain an understanding of:
- the concept of Vision Zero as a preventative strategy
- the 7 Golden Rules of Vision Zero
- the organisational benefits of introducing a Vision Zero strategy and what actions need to be taken to implement it.
Go to our trainer directory to find training providers delivering Vision Zero courses.
IOSH for Business is part of IOSH Services Limited (ISL), the commercial subsidiary of IOSH.