Behavioural Safety and Leadership Training
Information and Booking
Trainer: Eversheds Sutherland LLP Solicitors
Cost: Internal, no charge.
External, not available
Duration: 3 hours (09:30 - 12:30 or 13:30 16:30)
20 June - Engineering (09:30-12:30), FoNS (13:30-16:30)
21 June - Medicine (09:30-12:30), Engineering (13:30-16:30)
22 June - FoNS (09:30-12:30), Medicine (13:30-16:30)
These sessions are designed in conjunction with relevant stakeholders to provide new ideas to those who play a role in managing health and safety within each Faculty of Imperial College. Many individuals will have attended Safety Leadership courses run previously by Eversheds Sutherland; this is intended to update and supplement that learning and introduce behavioural safety and leadership for those new to Imperial College.
Who should attend
All staff who lead on health and safety management and improvement within a ‘real world’ academic setting.
- Principal Investigators
- Faculty Operating Officers
- Departmental Operations Managers
- Technical Services Managers
- Other Managers, Supervisors & Leader
This training is delivered by a lawyer specialising in the defence and prosecution of health and safety offences. It focuses on individual health and safety duties and responsibilities for those working within each Faculty of Imperial College.
The session will demonstrate why things have gone wrong, the behaviours exhibited and the consequences, the importance of knowing what is actually happening in the areas you control.
The session will end with a brief discussion to share learning points, identify preventative actions, and assist you in developing and maintaining a proactive safety culture.
- Academic Research and Safety
- The ABC Model: Antecedents; Behaviour; Consequence
- Human behaviour
- Having effective health and safety conversations
- People, welfare and wellbeing
- Organisational safety
- Planning for unintentional mistakes
- Investigating Accidents
- Take me to your Leader!
We hope that attendees on the course will benefit from discussions around the above topics and share their own experiences. We expect the following outcomes of attendees:
- Identification of ‘take away’ actions that can be easily implemented in the day-to-day academic environment
- An ability to have safety conversations that get to the root cause of any safety concerns, as well as celebrate the positive
- An ability to instruct colleagues on the relevance of behavioural safety and what a resilient safety programme looks like
An appreciation of the role played by accidents and near misses and the value of proper investigations that consider the context in which a person has behaved the way they have.