Webinar titled: Building a mindful, high-performance safety culture which will be presented by Alistair Schuback, Safety Culture Specialist from Aframes Safety.
This webinar was originally presented on 11 March 2020
Alistair will be speaking about how to move toward zero injuries, we need the ability to sustain high-level safety performance. And given incidents rates have plateaued across numerous industries, we need to accept that current approaches are limited. Adaptive thinking will be required to generate the innovation to address the safety challenges that restrict many worksites.
An effective solution lies in embedding a positive safety culture that fosters a balance between practical risk based and growth mental approaches. By embedding mindfulness-based high-performance thinking strategies within the workforce, businesses enable the best version of the workforce to present at each and every task they do.
This webinar will provide practical guidance on how to achieve the right safety culture to meet today’s and future safety standards.
- Understanding mindfulness in safety, including how the mind works and controlling thoughts,
- The role of mental and emotional control,
- How behaviours, emotions and culture area connected
- How to define safety culture in a practical way and move toward achieving it
COST TO ACCESS RECORDING
AIHS Members: $10.00 + GST
Non - Members $30.00 + GST
Safety Culture Specialist
Alistair has over fifteen years frontline experience in safety cultural change. Having personally trained over 15,000 Australian workers over 17 years, Alistair’s practical experience has delivered solid results in the traditionally difficult cultural industries such as mining and construction.
His new, innovative approach involves a unique blend of mindfulness-based, high-performance thinking strategies and risk management processes and is at the forefront of safety culture thinking internationally.
He has worked for numerous international companies and has performed cultural programs for Komatsu, Schindler, Peabody, John Deere, Newcrest and Byrnecut Australia.