We deliver Learning sessions and workshops that engage and challenge participants. Sessions are designed to fit into a 60 – 75 minute, 2 hour or ½ day workshop format and will deliver the knowledge, skills and tools for the audience to utilize immediately after the session.
You have a similar mix of people and selected the health and committee Chair’s through the same method. Still one committee delivers exceptional performance results and yet another is in constant conflict and never seem to deliver?
The session will outline basics of Tuckman’s “Developmental sequence in small groups” and the four stages of group interaction. Additionally, the session outline how to utilize Team Norms as a communication and behavior management strategy that all team leaders can use to bypass “the storm” and get to the level of excellence expected in your teams and organization. Attendees will leave with a sample Team Norms template and information on developing your Team Norms and delivering above average Performance in Teams and Committees you lead!
Traditionally, driver management programs have been reactive in nature, responding only after a driver is involved in a crash. Research has “determined a range of statistically significant driving (activities) – including violations, convictions and past crashes – with associated future crash likelihood.”
Based upon the research, this session will identifies the specific At Risk Driving Activity that leads to an increased risk of crash. Once identified, a series of recommended countermeasures can be utilized to interrupt the cycle and reduce the risk of future crash.
The complexity of business and continual evolving demands for change create constant exposure to risks for every organization and their workers. Management Systems offer the opportunity to develop a systematic approach to complex structures to greatly improve Organizations ability to identify and manage workplace risk.
This session introduces participants to the key elements of a Safety Management System, outlines how a Management System supports strategic development and planning as well as the development of the new Global OHSMS ISO 45001.
The foundation of an effective OHS prevention program lies in the ability to accurately identify workplace hazards, assess and mitigate the related risk. The Risk Management profession has developed a number of highly effective tools that OHS professionals can use to greatly improve their ability to identify and manage workplace risk.
This session introduces participants to risk management tools that can simplify the process of identifying and assessing risk, organize analysis results and shows you how you can use these tools to establish clear, effective risk-mitigation priorities. Participants will also review a case study where the use of these tools has developed organizational Leading Indicators for OHS Effectiveness.
A sample of our recent feedback includes:
- Most excellent – lots of interaction and takeaways.
- Very applicable and helpful – thanks for all the work.
- Excellent presentation and very helpful to our organization at this time.
- A Learning experience was achieved. (my personal favourite!)