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Event Details

Thursday, 17 June, 2021 - 14:30 to 15:30
Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)

Cost

AIHS Member: $25+GST I  Non-Member: $65+GST

Contact

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

Type

Webinar

The Australian Institute of Health & Safety would like to invite you to join us on Thursday 17 June 2021 to hear Tristan Casey's , Lecturer, Griffith University presentation 'Speaking up for safety: Encouraging safety voice'

Speaking up about safety concerns and even ideas to improve the status quo can be difficult in some work settings. Issues with speaking up can range from effortful and cumbersome reporting systems, through to abusive supervision and lack of ‘psychological safety’ (willingness to take an interpersonal risk). Summarising a research program spanning several different organisations in high-risk settings, Tristan will present key practical recommendations, informed by scientific evidence, that can be used to increase safety-related voice behaviours. In particular he will explore the practical contributions of leadership, HR practices, and team factors in driving safety voice.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • Understand a practical model that maps the key factors involved in driving safety voice and their importance.
  • Identify specific threats to fostering a climate of psychological safety and subsequent safety voice behaviours.
  • Review practical recommendations to encourage safety voice ranging from leadership to HR practices, and team-level factors.

EVENT DETAILS
Date: Thursday 17 June 2021
Time: 14:30 15:30 AEST
Location: Zoom Webinar (login details will be distributed 2-3 days prior to the webinar start date)
Cost: AIHS Member: $25+GST I  Non-Member: $65+GST

Registrations close Wednesday 16 June 2021 at 14:00 AEST
 

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.