Seminar: International Seminar on Behaviour-Based Safety Approaches for Establishing a Safety Culture
Topic: Safety Leadership – The Key to Success for Behaviour-Based Safety (BBS) and Safety Culture
Event Date: 7 July 2015, Tuesday
Event Time: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. (local South Korea time)
Location: Conference Room 308 at COEX Convention & Exhibition Center, Seoul, South Korea
The oil and gas industry in Korea is experiencing many challenges, price pressures, competition and major cuts, all of which are impacting safety programmes. The pressure on safety management is at an all-time high, and many organizations are experiencing a surge in fatalities.
What is needed to address these challenges in Korea? How can we get the most out of our safety programmes? How can we build safety cultures that propel new levels of success?
JMJ Co-Founder and Partner, Mike Goddu will examine these questions in a session entitled “Safety Leadership – The Key to Success for BBS and Safety Culture” at the 33rd Korea International Safety and Health Show (KISS).
During this talk, attendees will explore:
This year’s KISS theme is Behaviour Based Safety Approaches for Establishing Safety Culture. Other seminar participants include:
The 33rd Korea International Safety & Health Show (KISS 2015) is one of Asia’s largest annual Expo in occupational safety and health to promote a culture of occupational safety. There will be a variety of events, such as safety culture events and technical seminars, urging business proprietors to take action to ensure safety and health at work. Korea International Safety & Healthy Show is a 4 day event being held from 6th July to the 9th July 2015 at the Coex Convention Center in Seoul, Korea.
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