Registrations are now open for How to Engage Employees in Safety: Practical Change Techniques beyond Train-Enforce-Reward, held jointly with the Asia Pacific Occupational Safety & Health Organization (APOSHO). This webinar will explore how do you influence people and drive change.
You will find that getting employees to comply with safety rules is easy; getting them to buy-in to it is much harder. Many a times, they just do the minimum in safety. Sometimes, they are complacent i.e. “It’s only for a short while, nothing will happen”; at other times they are resistant to change i.e. “I’ve always done it this way.”
How do you influence people and drive change?
You need leadership (the WHO), a strong system (the WHAT) and the right approach (the HOW).
This webinar focuses on the HOW, because it is the least understood. In safety, the typical approach used is TAMER (Train, Advise, Monitor, Enforce and Reward). While TAMER imparts knowledge and builds compliance, it doesn’t foster engagement.
People-related challenges require people-centred tools.
This webinar covers:
This webinar is being jointly hosted with the Asia Pacific Occupational Safety & Health Organization (APOSHO). APOSHO members have been contacted directly with a unique registration link.
Soon Boon Chew, Principal Consultant, Culture Lab
Boon Chew is a safety consultant with more than 15 years of experience in Asia. Before starting his own practice, he was the regional safety head for a U.S. MNC.
His passion lies in the ‘people’ aspects of safety such as leadership, building engagement and culture change. As information in these fields tend to be too complex or “high level”, his personal mission is to share insights in a simple and pragmatic way.
Besides being a certified Coach, Boon Chew has a Masters in EHS and a Professional Diploma in Behaviour Psychology.
Please note for webinars there is a two step registration process.
1) Register using the link above, you will receive an automatic confirmation email
2) The day before the webinar, you will receive a reminder email with a link to directly register with the webinar software. The details on the second registration must match the original registration.