RiskWise Pathway™ - School of Leadership & Risk Management 

MODULE 1 – ROLE OF  FRONT LINE LEADERSHIP IN MANAGEMENT OF RISK 

Learning Objectives: This module introduces the overall programme, legislation, explores risk ownership and real world of the front line leadership, barriers and challenges. It provides a foundation and a learning pathway for participants in leadership and safety

MODULE 2 - SAFETY LEADERSHIP AND CREATION OF SAFETY CULTURE

Learning Objectives: Although management and leadership are closely connected, they are two very different things. It is paramount for any front line leader to be a conduit for creation and enhancement of operational discipline and safety culture. This module explores a relationship between leadership and safety culture in depth and delivers a key understanding and skill sets essential for continuous improvements and behavioural change every manager of people needs for a journey towards an outstanding safety leadership. This module is a foundation of becoming a true safety leader

  

MODULE 3 – KEY LEADERSHIP VALUES, BEHAVIOURS, SKILLS AND PRACTICES

Learning Objectives: The culture of any organisation is shaped by the worst behaviour the leader is prepared to tolerate.There is a large difference between a manager and a true leader and this difference is truly manifested in leader's actual workplace behaviours and practices. This module provides an extensive coverage of the key leadership values, skills and practices which are notoriously difficult to explain understand, learn and adopt, especially as this requires a fundamental change in the way we think about the leadership. The focus is on a practical side of leadership, its effects on team environment and production through a permanent change of inner values, behaviours and practices

MODULE 4 – TEAM BUILDING, INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP BEHAVIOUR LEARNING

Objectives: Humans are incredibly complex systems, capable of extraordinary achievements but are also error prone, individualistic and unpredictable in group settings. Management and leadership of large teams can be a daunting task and to be successful, one must first understand individual and group dynamics, common issues, conflicts and how to manage them effectively.  This module looks specifically at the individual and group behaviour and practical ways of managing and providing an effective leadership to teams 

MODULE 5 – HUMAN FACTORS, SAFETY AND RELIABILITY IN OPERATIONS 

Learning Objectives: Do you wonder why despite all organisational efforts, systems and processes people still continue to make poor decisions and choices contributing to creation of accidents and losses? It is a common question and a source of frustration in many industries and organisations who have invested a lot of financial and material resources to ensure good safety performance but are still experiencing significant issues in achieving safety and reliability in their operations. The human condition is a complex subject and needs to be well understood to be effectively managed. As management’s function concerns itself with the management of people, this module is invaluable in providing crucial knowledge and tools which are absolutely necessary for success in leadership and people management. This module explains the human condition, at risk behaviour and provides leaders with a different point of view on human failures as well as how to practically manage them in the workplace

 

MODULE 6 – PRACTICAL RISK MANAGEMENT FOR FRONT LINE MANAGEMENT & 13 KEYS FOR SAFE OPERATIONS

Learning Objectives: As commonly stated, safety is indeed a line management responsibility, however this layer of management often lacks the fundamental skills needed for effective management of OHS in the workplace, especially in the absence of an OHS professional. This module aims to deliver underpinning knowledge and a practical skill set for the front line leaders. It starts with the comprehensive overview of the relevant legislative obligations and impacts to organisations, provides an extensive coverage of current OHS strategies with the focus on how to practically manage risks at the sharp end. Module 6 includes a detailed incident investigation training and variety of practical risk management methods, tools and much more. This is a critical set of tools essential for the management of Occupational Health and Safety in the workplace for any front line Supervisor, Superintendent or  a Manager.

  

MODULE 7 – CREATING A TEAM OPERATIONAL DISCIPLINE AND SAFE EXECUTION OF WORK

Learning Objectives: The main difference between a workgroup and a highly effective team is in mutual trust, cohesion, shared goals and a specific, goal oriented team culture. When such a team is able to consistently and safely execute work to a high standards and to agreed methods this is called operational discipline and it is highly dependent on a leadership, management and communications skills of a leader. This module contains core knowledge aimed at front line leaders and provides practical advice and knowledge in building of highly effective teams and achieving safety excellence through the concept of operational discipline in execution of work. It also includes a framework for cultural change in the workplace.

 

MODULE 8 – INFIELD™ ENGAGEMENT AND INFLUENCING

Learning Objectives: Real influence, motivation and behavioural modifications any front line leader can exert and in turn impact the organisational culture and performance predominantly occurs during the field interactions with the workforce. The ability to conduct a successful field leadership interaction is an acquired skill which needs to be learned and practiced. Traditionally, this has been attempted by many different behaviourally based safety programmes aimed at observing the workers and their ‘at risk’ behaviours. Most of those had very limited and short lasting effects, and with good reason. True safety leadership is much more that conducting a safety observation of a task at hand. This module teaches true safety field leadership, communication, engagement, influencing, relationship building, and handling of difficult situations. It provides appropriate corrective strategies and tools necessary for success. Innovative approach taught in this module is a combination of many years of  practical experience in what really works in field leadership and what really changes perceptions and behaviours

 

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