Primarily focused on the mechanisms linked to the development of safe behaviour and not on the technical aspects of health and safety management, this course emphasizes the importance of example in the context of OHS actions performed by anyone in business. «Walking the talk» is the core of the credibility of the actions and of their impact within an organization.
Anyone responsible for health and safety, Human Resource managers, production supervisors, business managers.
OHS responsibility: now part of the Criminal Code
- Due diligence;
- The individual legal effect of this law;
- Its meaning to the company on a daily basis;
- OCA: Observe – Communicate – Act: a prevention tool integrated into OHS.
1. The «O»: OBSERVE
- Formal and informal observation:
- Planning observation activities across management tasks.
- Observer pitfalls.
- Risk analysis:
- Dangerous situations;
- Concepts of probability vs. seriousness;
- Risk factors.
- Observation filters;
- Perception of danger and preventative behaviour.
2. The «C»: COMMUNICATE
- OHS communication situations: the manager’s funnel:
- Feedback (4 x 4);
- Define expectations of safe behaviour;
- Take corrective measures.
- The 5 Cs of communication;
- Speech, action and credibility;
- The WE and the YOU: communicate ownership of safety objectives.
3. The «A»: ACT
- Translate goals into concrete action plans;
- Stumbling blocks, obstacles and ways to overcome/resolve them;
- Action plan monitoring mechanisms.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Understand and measure the effects of the new Bill-21of the Criminal Code and of the concept of due diligence;
- Integrate the health/safety aspect into the supervisor/manager role on a daily basis;
- Manage health/safety as an investment that contributes to the achievement of company strategic objectives and not as a necessary evil;
- Adopt tools and concrete strategies related to OHS observation, formal and informal;
- Adopt tools and strategies related to the OHS dialogue between manager and employees and work teams;
- Develop a personal action plan for the OHS objectives of their company by implementing the tools and strategies developed in the course;
- Foresee obstacles and possible solutions to them.
Health and safety training financial incentives
SIM is a training institution recognized and accredited by Emploi-Québec (Certificate of Registration #0020084). Your training costs are eligible as training activity in the calculation connected with Bill-90.
Our courses for managers are regarded as continuing education units by most professional associations.
Our business management courses are generally eligible for a grant from Emploi-Québec. Please check with your local Emploi-Québec councillor.
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