$275 includes 5 x Masterclass workshops plus NZISM membership (until 31/3/21)
NZISM has secured Nippin Anand, one of the world's leading safety investigators, for a 5-part series of online Masterclass Workshops that will run throughout July. Securing the Scottish-based Nippin for these workshops has been something of a coup and the opportunity to enable a wider audience to benefit from his expertise seems too good to miss. We are therefore opening up the workshops to non-NZISM members and inviting the members, staff, or clients of partner organisations such as your own to join us.
Workshop 1: Wednesday 1st July - Introducing the case
Workshop 2: Wednesday 8th July - Uman and organisational factors in safety critical operations
Workshop 3: Wednesday 15th July - Managing the unexpected
Workshop 4: Wednesday 22nd July - Discussion and Debreifs
Workshop 5: Wednesday 29 July - From a just culture towards a learning culture
Price: $275 incl GST.
This includes 5 x Masterclass workshops plus NZISM membership until 31/3/21.
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Nippin Anand is a licensed Master Mariner and an internationally recognised specialist in human factors and safety management. His significant experience in the maritime, oil and gas sectors spans hands-on operations, academic research, consultancy, and certification and regulation. He is keenly sought both as a consultant and a guest speaker.
At the end of the series, participants will have benefitted from a Masterclass in the emerging safety sciences, told in an engaging documentary-style narrative that uses the 2012 Costa Concordia disaster as a case study. To the media of the day, the Costa Concordia was a dramatic tale of a cursed ship, and heroes and villains but the story - and Nippin's investigation - runs deep and pulls upon many sources, including first-had video interviews with the vilified captain of the vessel.
Here's what international experts in the Health and Safety field have said of Nippin's course:
Past attendees also offer great commendations: