Co-sponsored by the Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC, this new workshop engages participants in discussions and activities that build understanding of what a road safety culture is, how it influences safety performance, and what they can do to make positive contributions and help prevent motor vehicle crashes.
Focussing on road safety, the presentation examines the components of safety culture and the relationships among them, most importantly the interactions between safety culture and safety performance. Participants learn how all employees – from the CEO to individual drivers – can help build a safety “fabric” that sets and achieves road safety goals. During group and individual activities, participants explore how they can apply those ideas in their organization.
Who Should Attend
The workshop is for owners, managers, supervisors, health and safety practitioners, Joint Occupational Health and Safety committee members and others who have responsibility for making and implementing programs to keep employees safe on BC roads.
Space is limited to 16 participants so reserve your seat for this ½-day workshop.
For more information or to register, contact
Angelina Robinson at Angelina.email@example.com or 604-770-2500