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Beyond Zero Harm: Human Factor Safety

Beyond Zero Harm: Human Factor Safety

This is the conference for all professionals from HSE/ WHS, HSE planner, Human Factor, Safety Superintendent, Risk Manager and etc to gain insights on addressing the critical safety issues that companies are currently facing making workplace safety their top priority.

Event: Beyond Zero Harm: Human Factor Safety
Venue: Melbourne Marriott Hotel, Australia
Dates: 27th & 28th November 2014
Brochure: Contact EmilyNg@marcusevanskl.com

Not only will you explore innovative strategies to facilitate your safety processes and implementation on sites to prevent risk taking, to improve human and machinery interaction to reduce injury rates and to invest in people to drive better safety performance. You will learn to develop a specific safety culture that is inclusive and headed toward common goals and establish a practical approach of safety to fill the gap between operational and strategy.

This is the return of one of highly successful series. Some of our past attendees of our previous safety courses in Australia are:

– Chevron
– Xstrata Copper
– British Gas
– BHP Billiton
– Toll
– Caltex
– Melbourne Water
– Mighty River Power
– Origin Energy
– Cristal Global
– Wood Group PSN
– Workplace Health and Safety
– Shell Geelong Refinery
– Veolia Australia and New Zealand
– NASA, US

Gain Insights into Best Practices Strategies and Techniques Including:
Reengineering the Zero Harm approach to look at safety in a positive way
Developing an optimal safety approach to balance safety requirements and cost reduction
Encouraging decision-based safety instead of following safety rules alone
Integrating safety systems with management systems to simplify process for rapid decision making
Human factor in design: Putting the operator at the center of the process to design a safer workplace
Achieving cross-functional collaboration through effective communication and proactive engagement strategy
Re-evaluating safety leadership to ensure leaders’ capability in achieving excellence in H&S
Effectively measuring your safety performance to make

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Join your peers by registering now. Come in a group to enjoy more discounts!
Do contact Emily should you require more info or assistance:

Tel: +603 2723 6662 | Email: EmilyNg@marcusevanskl.com

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