Jul 27, 2015
JMJ to Facilitate Safety Leadership Workshop with Professor Sidney Dekker and Dr. Todd Conklin at CME’s Annual Safety and Health Conference
Topic: Safety Leadership in the Resources Industry
Event Date: 27-28 July 2015
Session Times: 1:30p -- 2:30p & 3p -- 4p
Speakers: Mike Goddu (JMJ Associates), Professor Sidney Dekker and Dr. Todd Conklin
Location: Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre, Perth, Australia
Registration Cost (2-day Conference & Exhibition): AUD $945 - $1,175
For many companies in Australia, safety performance is good, but progress has stalled. Injury rates are not improving, and worse, fatalities continue to plague the Australia Resource industry.* In order to address these complex challenges, operating and construction sites are taking fresh approaches to safety management based on new principles beyond behaviour as a cause, and beyond errors and strict compliance.
What if people are not the variable to control, but the solution to the next level of performance in both operations and construction?
What if we spent a lot less on measuring and parsing the injuries and incidents that happen and put that investment into building robust capability and response?
JMJ Founder & Partner Mike Goddu, Professor Sidney Dekker and Dr. Todd Conklin will address these questions among others during an interactive and provocative workshop entitled ‘Thinking Differently About Safety’ at the Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia’s (CME) Annual Safety and Health Conference in Perth. This presentation will challenge current thinking, featuring a discussion of principals for Leading Safety Differently and examples of companies and teams putting these principles into action to build Leadership, Resilience and Best Practice.
*According to statistics found on Safe Work Australia.
About the Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia’s (CME) Safety and Health Conference in Perth
The focus of the CME Safety and Health Conference is to promote collaboration and sharing of best practice approaches across the Western Australian resources sector to foster resilient safety cultures and help industry achieve its vision of zero harm.
The diverse and progressive conference program will offer new and innovative insights into developing resilient safety cultures, promoting workforce wellbeing, approaches to regulation and safety management systems as well as examining the role of leadership within high risk industries.
This year’s conference theme is ‘Leadership, Resilience and Best Practice’.
The 2015 CME Safety and Health Conference will capture the attention of safety professionals, industry experts and operational safety leaders.
Cathryn Fish Stephens
+61 (08) 6466 1154