Our Safety Culture - Leadership Training course is conducted specifically by Gagan Grewal who is the Principal Consultant for GG Health and Safety Consulting. Gagan Grewal has over 20 years of professional experience working in leadership roles in the field of Occupational Health and Safety. Aside from his extensive OHS experience, Gagan is also a renowned Canadian motivational speaker, business coach and success coach, who has been helping companies and individuals achieve corporate and personal growth.
THERE IS ONE SET FEE FOR THIS SPEAKING SESSION.
YOUR ORGANIZATION CAN HAVE AS MANY PARTICIPANTS ATTEND THIS SPEAKING SESSION.
safety CULTURE - leadership training (4 - 5 hours)
Is your company lacking in the positive safety culture you would like to see in your workplace? Then this speaking session might be the right wake up call for your team. Developing a strong safety culture can have the single greatest impact of accident reduction in your workplace.
So how do you obtain a positive culture in your workplace? It all begins with strong leadership and having the right attitudes towards safety. A safety culture consists of "shared" beliefs, practices and mind-sets that exist at an organization and form an atmosphere of attitudes that shape behavior in a positive way.
A positive safety culture in the workplace cannot be forced nor can it be protected, no matter how much you try. Through our experience, these types of endeavors will eventually fail. You cannot force someone to think a certain way and you definitely cannot force someone to share the same beliefs as you. But, you can help someone question their own beliefs and mindset. You can set a positive example for someone where they eventually will want to personally change their own beliefs and attitude. Not one of us are naturally born with certain beliefs. Our individual beliefs are created in our minds and hearts, throughout our lifetime, based on our experiences in life. We create our beliefs on what we see and what we hear.
So remember, good safety leaders are made, not born.
This speaking session will definitely make participants think deeply about their beliefs towards safety and hopefully will help change their mindset towards a more positive safety direction.