Worried how safety breaches can impact your company? Unsure if your organisation’s risk management policies are adequate and being implemented effectively? Concerned about employee behaviours and attitudes towards safety and security?
Foresight Security Planning, specialists in security risk management, understands these valid concerns for business leaders and invites you to attend a unique risk and safety management workshop focusing on the human aspect of risk management.
The Human Factor – Safety, Risk and Behaviour workshop, to be held on Wednesday, 28 May, 2014, from 8:00-12:00 noon at Enex100, Perth, combines the expertise of three leaders in the safety, security, risk management and legal fields:
- David Turner, CEO, Foresight Security Planning
- Richard Wiltshire, OHS Specialist, Ace Health and Safety Specialists
- Raffaele Di Renzo, Director, Nova Legal
The workshop comes at a critical time as companies and organisations are increasingly exposed to safety, security and fraud risks in today’s technology-driven, 24/7, global marketplace.
“Many organisations have highly developed security, safety and risk management policies and procedures in place and yet damaging incidents continue to occur,” said David Turner, CEO and Founder of Foresight Security and Planning. “More often than not, it’s the human element of risk management that has been overlooked and results in a gap between having good safety and security policies and performing those policies every day.”
Designed for CEOs, CIOs and other senior and middle management across private and public companies, Government departments and university sectors, the workshop will explain how productivity can be increased through greater risk awareness, discuss new risk management techniques, highlight how managers can mitigate risk by understanding the human factor, and instruct on how to create and promote a ‘safety first’ culture throughout the organisation.
For more information and to register for the The Human Factor – Safety, Risk and Behaviour workshop, click here.