15. August 2019 - 9:00
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Perth - ZIP Open Program: Engaging the Brain Towards Safety Excellence | Perth CBD - TBC | Thursday, 15. August 2019

Leaders are all levels have a critical role to play in building a positive safe work culture, influencing improvements and creating a healthy and productive environment where employees thrive. Sentis are running an Open Program for those interested in developing their skills in safety leadership and understanding how to engage people to pursue a strong safety culture.
In this two-day Open Program, we will provide our core Zero Incident Process (ZIP) Module 1 program. ZIP is an experiential training program that provides the foundation for meaningful safety culture change. It has been successfully delivered to more than 150,000 participants from over 350 companies across the world.
ZIP is based on the premise that every person has a responsibility for staying safe. As such, ZIP will provide participants with the tools and skills to take control of their personal safety and become more effective within the systems and environment in which they work. ZIP gives participants insight into how their thinking works, and how this drives their behaviour and subsequent results—in life, and especially safety.
ZIP focuses on the ‘Person’ and ‘Leadership’ components of safety culture and uses a psychologically-based process to engage employees at all levels, sell the ‘why’ of safety and help them to willingly buy-in to their organisation’s safety vision. The program concepts are simple, yet effective, and our facilitators know how to challenge and engage participants in a way that ensures concepts ‘stick’ for the long-term.
This particular Open Program will be pitched with respect to the strategic and operational nature of the leaders attending, where we will work with leaders to equip them with an understanding into how they can drive helpful attitudes across their own organisation towards achieving safety excellence.
Session Outcomes

Improved understanding of what a strong safety culture looks like,
Improved understanding of how our attitudes drive safety results,
An understanding of key skills to take control of our thinking and change unhelpful safety attitudes we see across the organisation,
Consideration for what role each person in an organisation plays to drive high safety performance,
Improved ability to support a strong safety culture and influence safe behaviour from a leadership perspective.

Program DetailsDate: Thursday 15 August and Friday 16 August (two days)Location: Perth CBD, Venue TBCProgram start: 9:00amProgram end: 5:00pm
Morning tea and lunch provided on both days.
Please contact us should you have any access or dietary requirements.
For further information, please contact us.