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Transforming Safety Culture: Building a Foundation for Lasting Change


Tim Hudson

Operational Risk Management Consultant | Hudson Global Consulting

Tuesday, 30th July | 12 noon AEST, 2 pm NZST | 1 hr 
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About this webinar:

In today's dynamic work environments, cultivating a robust safety culture is paramount to ensuring the well-being of employees and the success of organisations. This webinar, "Transforming Safety Culture," delves into the essential elements and strategies needed to initiate and sustain a profound shift towards a safer workplace environment.

What we will learn:

  • Understanding Safety Culture: Define what safety culture entails and its critical role in organisational success. Explore how attitudes, behaviours, and systems interact to shape safety outcomes.
  • Assessment and Diagnosis: Learn effective methods to assess your current safety culture, including surveys, interviews, and observational techniques. Identify strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement.
  • Leadership Commitment: Examine the pivotal role of leadership in fostering a positive safety culture. Discuss strategies for gaining buy-in from top management and aligning safety goals with overall business objectives.
  • Engaging Employees: Explore techniques to empower and engage employees at all levels in safety initiatives. Highlight the importance of communication, training, and participation in creating a shared responsibility for safety.
  • Continuous Improvement: Emphasise the need for continuous evaluation and adaptation of safety practices. Discuss how to establish feedback loops, monitor progress, and make data-driven decisions to enhance safety performance over time.
  • Case Studies and Best Practices: Showcase real-world examples of successful safety culture transformations. Analyse the key factors that contributed to their success and extract actionable insights applicable to different industries.
  • Overcoming Challenges: Address common obstacles and resistance encountered during safety culture transformations. Provide strategies for overcoming inertia, managing change fatigue, and sustaining momentum.
  • Measuring Success: Outline metrics and indicators to track the effectiveness of safety culture initiatives. Discuss qualitative and quantitative measures of success and their role in demonstrating ROI and continuous improvement.

By attending this webinar, participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of safety culture dynamics and practical tools to initiate meaningful change within their organisations. Whether you're starting from scratch or looking to refine existing safety practices, this session equips you with the knowledge and strategies needed to foster a resilient safety culture that protects employees and enhances organisational performance.

Who will benefit from this webinar?

This webinar is ideal for CEO’s, safety or HR leaders, Operations Leaders, and anyone responsible for workplace safety and health. It is designed to be informative for all leaders  looking to establish a foundation in safety culture and experienced professionals seeking to enhance their current practices.

Join us for an insightful exploration into the transformative power of safety culture. Gain practical strategies, learn from industry best practices, and discover how to create a workplace where safety is not just a priority, but a deeply ingrained part of organisational culture. Together, let's build a safer, healthier future for all.

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Meet the speaker

tim hudson

Tim Hudson

Operational Risk Management Consultant | Hudson Global Consulting

Tim Hudson is a global thought leader in risk management and risk culture. Tim is currently engaged in developments in risk space and cultural theory understanding. This is led by a desire to marry theoretical rigour with usability and real world understanding. The new understanding is used to find efficient and effective ways of improving rather than being bound to buzzwords and

He consults for senior leadership and boards in QHSSE-SD and risk in medium to large scale businesses. Operating in a range of industries including aviation, oil and gas, mining, and healthcare, he has helped create true change within organisations as a founding partner of Hudson Global Consulting.

A background in theoretical physics and business management enable a unique perspective on the challenges of modern operations.