3 Days Days
The three-day workshop, Safety 24/7 Leadership is an expansion for the normal Safety 24/7 it takes the middle management to the next level by not only giving them the foundation of culture but also by equipping them with the right tools to lead their subordinates,
It is also designed to help continuously improve an organization’s safety performance by addressing the factors critical to building an incident-free culture, where individuals take personal responsibility for their safety and the safety of those around them.
The workshop is designed to:
- Help participants recognize the important difference in “believing in safety” versus simply “complying with safety regulations” by:
- Increasing their awareness of their own at-risk behaviors
- Focusing their attention on their individual reasons for wanting to work safely both on and off the job
- Examine the impact of an organization’s current safety culture and reinforce that cultures are created and perpetuated by what is demonstrated, rewarded, and tolerated by team members
- Provide opportunities for participants to practice using a simple tool, Safety 24/7 Conversations, to give feedback to others on how their actions impact team safety
The workshop is highly “learn by doing” (experienced-based) to capitalize on participants’ production-oriented, “get the job done” strengths. It incorporates projects designed for participants to have ample opportunities to discuss, practice and apply the tools they are learning.
- Experiential projects provide team members an opportunity to demonstrate their existing strengths as well as practice the new skills they are discussing.
- Application projects ask participants to apply the information they are learning to specific work situations.
To help ensure the tools are utilized on their job, participants will be asked to plan how they will apply what they have learned to their day-to-day activities.
On the third day added for the middle management, the focus will be on their leadership styles to help them have insights about the way they lead people, theory and practical tools are delivered parallel so the supervisors can take the knowledge in class to apply in their work sites
The Foundation for a Safety 24/7 Culture
- Introduction and workshop purpose (focusing on expanding what we do right)
- Steps of change
Our Role in Creating a Safety 24/7 culture
- Causes of injury … our at-risk behaviors
- Safety is a choice
- What is Culture?
- Unwritten Rules of Culture
- Levels of commitment to safety
- Most injuries and incidents are the result of people’s natural risk tolerance
Strengthening our Safety through Safety 24/7 Conversations
- Feedback Challenges
- Safety 24/7 conversation
Each of us Lead Safety
- Who Leads Safety?
- Leaders create the environment where people want to do what needs to be done
- Understanding our own personal leadership style and how it impacts safety
Communication… A key Element
- Communicating in specific, behavior-based terms
- The Communication Loop
- Asking vs. Telling
- Checking for understanding
Our Behaviors Impact Safety
- Old School-Bullet Proof behavior
- Impact of old-school bullet proof behavior
Digging under the Surface
- Give examples of written and unwritten rules embedded in the leadership culture.
- Describe the vision, identity, beliefs & values, skills & capabilities and behaviors that reflect a strong Leadership culture.
- Challenger Case Study
- What Leadership Behaviors that need to be improved.
How can we change the Leadership culture?
- Conscious Competent Model
- Give examples of change leadership strategies.
- Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes Model.
- Identify strategies to assist team learning.
Strong leadership is the key to culture change
- Situational Leadership
- Identify traits of strong leaders.
- Describe the challenges of frontline supervisors as leaders.
- VISIBLE leadership model
- Provide feedback to staff in scenarios about their behaviors, using the Believe Conversation.