Event Details

Risk Management and Occupational Safety and Health Seminar on Why is corporate culture a critical element in managing safety?

Date: 8th April 2019 (Monday)
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. (Registration at 6:45 p.m.)
Venue: SAE Magnetics Lecture Theatre (LT9), 4/F, University Concourse, City University of Hong Kong, Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Organizer(s): Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (Hong Kong); Hong Kong Association of Risk Management and Safety
Co-Organizer(s): City University of Hong Kong
Speaker: Mr Alan Hilburg
Language: English
Contact Person: Raymond Man
Contact Email: mailbox@ioshhongkong.com
Contact Tel: 9025 6767
CPD: 1.5 hours
Content: In a VUCA world (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous), the biggest challenge to improving safety is risk culture. Join us for a keynote with New York Times Bestselling Author on Leadership and President / CEO of Hilburg-Malan, Alan Hilburg who will share insights and best practice on:  How an ‘inoperative’ culture is the greatest threat to a Trust Economy  How to build a high trust safety culture where everyone lives ‘the values’ and makes values-based decisions  Aligning leadership practices with organizational expectations and the risks associated with ‘failing to walk the talk’  How to bounce back from a major safety incident  The power of creating a “see something, say something culture”  Best practices in aligning incentives with safety culture  Creating a common safety culture with sub-contractors and unions
Remarks: It is advisable that in order to prevent from spreading of influenza, any participant who has symptom(s) of flu, e.g. fever, cough and runny nose, etc, should not attend the seminar, or should put on a face mask throughout his / her stay at the seminar. Contact information (phone number and email address) should be provided at the time of on-line registration for urgent notification. Your membership/staff/student cards should be produced at the reception counter.

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