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    Safety and Risk Management Leadership

    Course Objective

    • This course aims to highlight the importance of the role of leadership in health and safety. Also, to improve how leaders look at and deal with their role in safety with the focus on helping top management, both in operational and enabling roles, to move from managing safety to leading safety.
    • The course will discuss several topics including the meaning of leadership and legal responsibilities. As well as the importance of strong leadership in health and safety, defining the difference between leadership and management. 
    Activities
    • Classroom - Listening and contributing to discussions and exercises (group Discussions and quizzes)
    • Remotely - Listening and contributing to discussions and exercises (Discussions and short quizzes).
    Awarding body
    • International Institute of Risk & Safety Management IIRSM_ UK
    Pass requirements
    • Attendance, End-course short Assessment

    • Brief Introduction about Health and safety in general and leadership.
    • Define the importance of strong leadership in H&S.
    • Recognize the difference between Leadership and Management.
    • Differentiate between management and leadership.
    • Reveal the difference between Process and Vision and explain their related aspects.
    • Define the difference between Organizing and Aligning.
    • Demonstrate the difference between Position and Quality. 
    • Roles & responsibilities of manager and leader and discuss the similarities and differences. 
    • Demonstrate the clause of (ISO 31000) of the Leadership and Risk Management.
    • Define Leadership Competencies.
    • Reasons for conducting Risk Management.
    • Group discussion regarding reasons for conducting Risk Management

    • Define the Legal Responsibilities of Employers
    • Discuss briefly about the Health and Safety rules in Oman.
    • Define the consequences of Violating Legal H&S Responsibilities.
    • Accountability and Responsibility roles.
    • Discussion about Why violating safety rules. 
    • Reveal different types of violations.
    • Comparison between Unintentional and Intended Violations.
    • Demonstrate and explain the risk management lifecycle.
    • Revealing pictures with group discussion.
    • Define risk normalization.
    • Demonstrates risk normalization signs.
    • Define different causes of risk normalization.
    • Explain and reveal risk normalization solutions.
    • Conclusion and brief summarization. 

    • HSE supervisors.
    • HSE officer.
    • Managers, engineers
    • Interested candidates in studying leadership.

    • The definition of Leadership
    • Leadership Role in Health and Safety Culture
    • The importance of strong leadership in H&S.
    • The difference between Leadership Vs. Management.
    • Leadership Competencies.
    • Reasons for Conducting Risk Management
    • Legal Responsibilities of Employers.
    • Violating Legal H&S Responsibilities.
    • Types of Violations.
    • Consequences of violations
    • Risk Normalization (causes and solutions). 

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