Many companies spend significant time and resources to improve safety, usually by addressing technical, environmental, and procedural issues and implementing safety management systems. However, what happens when productivity declines and minor crashes continue to occur? How can we foresee the incidents? How can we prevent those minor incidents that are often attributed to negligence or inattention?
This is where the psychology of safety comes to the forefront. After all, when forming a team, the human factor, the personality of employees plays an important role. Companies face different levels of awareness among workers. This also applies to the safety rules attitude.
During the event we will learn from experts how to create a “portrait” of safety from a scientific point of view, consider effective methods of personnel diagnostics that can be used in the selection and evaluation of the team and investigate the approaches to the formation of awareness of safety issues.
Dmitry Grigorenko, CEO and Managing Director, ESHOSH (Ukraine)
Kym Bancroft, Head of HSE, Serco (Australia)