Event Details


Date: 21 October 2013 (Monday)
Time: 06:30 p.m. - 08:00 p.m.
Venue: Seminar Room, 9/F, Island Beverley, No. 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.
Organizer(s): (1) The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (Hong Kong), (2) Manufacturing and Industrial Division, The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Co-Organizer(s): Safety Specialist Committee, The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Speaker: Ir Jason KONG, PhD
Language: Cantonese (supplementary with English)
Contact Person: Raymond MAN
Contact Email: mailbox@ioshhongkong.com
Contact Tel: 9025 6767
CPD: 1.5 hours
Content: There are a lot of articles and publications on safety management. Most of them elaborate the management commitment, safety models, safety policy, incentive scheme, training / education, Control & monitoring, KPI … etc. These safety measures address mostly the hardware side, which has successfully achieved certain degree of safety when implemented properly. This seminar addresses the safety management from the neuro-semantics perspective, which identifies the meaning behind human behaviour and unleashes the potential of each individual and the team through self- actualisation. Self-actualisation approach has been successfully applied in the close-out phase of CLP Emissions Control (EC) Project. The project is one of the largest engineering projects in terms of scale and complexity in Hong Kong over recent years. The self-actualisation suggests that the key to business success involves treating people in their highest nature. It is this human nature that gives us good people, well, actually great people who are passionate, caring, responsible, engaged, and who are always unleashing more and more of their potentials. In Neuro-Semantics, meaning is king. The quality of our life is the quality of the meanings that we create. We are the Creator of our Reality. Meaning is an inside-out job. As we create meaning, so we feel that meaning in our emotions and we perform it in our behaviours, actions and habits. To fully engage the employees with safety, leaders in an organisation need to create a significant meaning to safety, that all levels of employees from workers, supervisors, engineers and managers can easily understand and get triggered by its value and meaning.
Remarks: To prevent the spreading of influenza, any participant who has symptom(s) of flu, e.g. fever, cough and runny nose, etc, is not recommended to attend the seminar, or is advised to put on a face mask throughout his / her stay at the seminar. Please provide us with your contact information (either phone number) at the time of on-line registration for urgent notification. You are required to bring your membership cards and produce them at the registration counter.

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