Event Details

Wednesday, 4 November, 2020 - 14:30 to 15:30
Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time (AEDT)

Location

Zoom Webinar

Cost

AIHS Member: $20 + GST
Non-Member: $65 + GST

Contact

Event Organising Body: 
Australian Institute of Health & Safety
Phone: 
(03) 8336 1995

Type

Webinar

Join us on Wednesday 4 November for a webinar presentation titled: Looking back, going forward: Organisational culture and safety, presented by Dr Tristan Casey, lecturer, Griffith University

As James Reason so eloquently put it, nothing is so studied but poorly understood as safety culture. After all, groups have culture, not things like safety! In this webinar we will chart the historical developments of safety culture and look toward the future. Should we abandon the concept altogether, or instead rally behind safety culture and salvage all that we can?

Join Dr Tristan Casey, organisational culture expert and experienced safety scientist, for this webinar to uncover where safety culture came from and where it is going.

This webinar forms an introduction to three in-depth and practice-focussed workshops that will follow.

Event Details

Date: Wednesday 4 November 2020
Time: 14:30 - 15:30 AEDT
Format: Webinar Format - Log in details will be emailed to registered attendees 1-2 days prior to the webinar. 
Cost: 
AIHS Member: $20 + GST
Non-Member: $65 + GST
This webinar will be recorded and distributed to paid registered attendees 3-4 days after the event.

Your Presenter

Dr Tristan Casey, Lecturer, Griffith University

Dr Tristan Casey is a Lecturer at Griffith University’s Safety Science Innovation Lab and co-founder of ‘The Culture Effect’—a collaboration between Griffith and QUT that provides commercial research services to industry. Tristan is an experienced and endorsed Organisational Psychologist with extensive experience in work health and safety. He has an interest in team work, leadership and organizational culture. Tristan teaches into the Graduate Certificate of Safety Leadership and Bachelor of Social Science at Griffith University. Recently, he completed his second doctorate, this time in safety leadership. Tristan is currently working on research around the management of safety amid COVID19, psychological safety, and safety climate.