LEAD Safety

A Practical Handbook for Frontline Supervisors and Safety Practitioners

; Mark Anthony Griffin

LEAD Safety concentrates on self-development and education in safety leadership. It takes safety leadership in an exciting new direction, with practical tools that will give organisations the skills they need to make a difference in their safety program. Les mer
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LEAD Safety concentrates on self-development and education in safety leadership. It takes safety leadership in an exciting new direction, with practical tools that will give organisations the skills they need to make a difference in their safety program. The book provides a non-technical overview of safety leadership and outlines the core skills safety managers should demonstrate and practice. Organisations will see improvements in engagement, morale, trust, and motivation in the workplace.
Readers will gain an appreciation of a new and evidence-based safety leadership model, as well as formulate a personalized action plan to improve safety in their workplace.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1: Why LEAD?


2: LEAD in a Nutshell


3: Where Have We Been? Where Are We Going?


4: Matching Leadership to the Situation


5: Safety as a Control Problem


6: Leverage - Getting Things Done


7: Energise - Pursuing Opportunities


8: Adapt - Making Mistakes


9: Defend - High-Risk


10: Safety culture, Culture Safety, or Culture for Safety?


11: National Culture and Safety Leadership


12: Leading Safety in the Future


Appendix 1 - The LEAD Backstory


Appendix 2 - LEAD Case Study: A Training Implementation at Teys Australia


Appendix 3 - LEAD Case Study: Robust Risk Conversations at a Water Services Company


Appendix 4 - Changing an Entire Industry


Index

Om forfatteren

Tristan Casey is a Lecturer at Griffith University's Safety Science Innovation Lab. Tristan is the developer of the LEAD Safety Culture toolkit through his prior work with the Office of Industrial Relations, Workplace Health & Safety Queensland. Tristan has a particular interest in applying these ideas and concepts around safety climate and culture. Tristan holds a Professional Doctorate in Organisational Psychology and a Graduate Diploma in WHS. Through his current and prior roles, Tristan has developed skills in measurement and intervention design, with the aim of improving organisational culture.
Mark Griffin bio - to come.