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This training will help supervisors gain a greater understanding of their responsibilities and obligations to provide physical resources and psychosocial support to ensure work areas are safe and healthful.

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Description

Supervisors need to take a tough-caring leadership approach to safety. In other words, employers must insist their employees comply with safety policies and rules because they care about the welfare of the employee and not because it is the policy. Supervisors will also learn how to take advantage of “opportunities for safety leadership” on a daily basis.

This training will help supervisors gain a greater understanding of their responsibilities and obligations to provide physical resources and psychosocial support to ensure work areas are safe and healthful.

This training emphasizes administering appropriate and effective accountability through the application of positive and negative consequences.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?

Safety is Smart Business!

Legal Responsibilities

Supervisor Role

The Walk-around Safety Inspection

Workplace Hazards

The Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)

Investigating Incidents and Accidents

Identifying and Correcting Hazards

Providing Safety Training

Why Employees Don’t Comply with Safety Rules

The Key to Safety Supervision is “Super Vision”

Management-Level Behaviours and Safety Leadership

Ensuring Accountability and Forms of Recognition

Appropriate Application of Consequences and Creating a Culture of Consequences

What Doesn’t Work: Tough-Controlling

Maxwell’s Five Levels of Leadership

Corporate Culture and Personality

Management + Leadership = Culture

What’s Your Leadership Style?

What do your scores mean?

Duration

2 days

Time

08:30 – 16:00

Facilitator

Lloyd Sibanda

Lloyd Sibanda has 13 years of experience as a SHEQ professional with significant SHEQ expertise. He has written, published and presented many articles pertaining to SHEQ Systems Development, Implementation and Auditing, Emergency Medical Techniques and First Aid,

He also has experience in SHE Representation, Risk Assessments, Incident Investigation, and many other Health and Welfare Sector of Education and Training Authority training

Lloyd has a P. Grad (Std) Public Health, BA.DSM, SHEQ PRAC, RoSPrac, CHSO, HWSETA Ass, Grad SAIOSH, EMT

This course is being offered in collaboration with iSHEQ training and Consulting (PTY) LTD

Enquiries

Tel: 011 298 9400

Email: sales@seifsa.co.za

Additional information
Location

Webinar, SEIFSA 42 Anderson Street Marshalltown 6th floor

Date

19 September 2022, 19 October 2022, 23 November 2022

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