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Transforming Health & Safety Communication and Training

Transforming Health & Safety Communication and Training

Transform the way you engage your employees in your health and safety culture. Find out how you can make health and safety training and communications something that employees actively and enthusiastically participate in. Win “hearts and minds” by developing a health and safety culture that shifts from “compliance” to “conviction”.

In this practical and informative session we’ll show you how you can add a new dimension to health and safety education and communication, helping you to raise awareness of health and safety within your organisation and supporting the development of a behavioural based safety culture.

Seats are free but spaces are limited. Book one of our upcoming dates now to avoid disappointment:

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What is the ‘Transforming Health & Safety Communication and Training’ Webinar about?

In this practical and interactive session, we will explore the following:

  • Why conventional health and safety training and communication fails to be effective
  • The role of dialogue and conversation in culture change programmes
  • How gamification techniques can help engage employees in your health and safety culture

We will explore the cost to organisations of failing to develop an effective, self-sustaining safety culture and the risks of “box-ticking” mindsets.

To illustrate what can be achieved, we will share practical tools to gain buy-in to a strategy and put employee engagement into practice.

Who will benefit?

This webinar has been designed to benefit

  • Senior H&S Directors, Managers and Leaders
  • Operational leaders
  • Senior HR Managers and Directors
  • Training/Learning and Development Managers, Directors and Leaders

Who is delivering this workshop?

This session will be facilitated by Craig Smith, an award-winning internal communications, employee engagement and organisational development specialist. His company specialises in visual communication solutions which facilitate effective communication in the workplace.

Note: The webinar is free and we expect to be oversubscribed. Places are limited, so if you are unable to attend, we would appreciate it if you could let us know.