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Engaging to prevent

Listening to employees to create a safer workplace

Date
11 November 2024

Proactively engaging with workers can prevent many accidents. Increasingly, organisations are encouraging managers and other senior leaders to discuss with staff their health and safety concerns, so steps can be taken to further reduce risks in the workplace.

Our ‘Engaging to prevent’ one-day course looks at how to implement a systemic approach to engaging teams and investigating safety issues before accidents occur.

We explore the most effective questions to ask to get a true picture of potential problems and how best to analyse, feed back and use that information to improve workplace safety.

Proactively engaging with workers can prevent many accidents. Increasingly, organisations are encouraging managers and other senior leaders to discuss with staff their health and safety concerns, so steps can be taken to further reduce risks in the workplace.

Our ‘Engaging to prevent’ one-day course looks at how to implement a systemic approach to engaging teams and investigating safety issues before accidents occur.

We explore the most effective questions to ask to get a true picture of potential problems and how best to analyse, feed back and use that information to improve workplace safety.

  • Explore different approaches.
  • Find out how to make safety tours more effective.
  • If you are an IOSH member, this course is worth 5.5 hours to add to your CPD record.
  • Explore different approaches.
  • Find out how to make safety tours more effective.
  • If you are an IOSH member, this course is worth 5.5 hours to add to your CPD record.
  • Apply a range of tools to better engage with colleagues, so you can spot early warning signs and glean crucial information about their safety and health concerns before accidents happen.
  • Analyse staff responses and evaluate the best way forward to reduce incidents in the workplace.
  • Apply a range of tools to better engage with colleagues, so you can spot early warning signs and glean crucial information about their safety and health concerns before accidents happen.
  • Analyse staff responses and evaluate the best way forward to reduce incidents in the workplace.

Health and safety professionals, managers and those involved in safety tours.

Health and safety professionals, managers and those involved in safety tours.

  • Type

    Online

  • Date

    11 November 2024