SEPARATELY BOOKABLE POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS
Thursday 30 May, SKYCITY Convention Centre, Auckland

Workshop 1: 9.00am-12.30pm

Marketing health and safety properly

'Selling' health and safety seems to be a perpetual challenge for professionals. Why? Because we have a selling problem. To us, the benefits of better health and safety may be obvious – but it may not be to others.

This workshop takes key concepts of sales and marketing and applies them to the health and safety field. Whether you’re ‘selling’ to workers, senior managers or others in your supply chain, this workshop will help you in having more impactful safety conversations.

In this workshop we will

  • Dig into the must-know 'marketing 101' concepts
  • Join the dots between everyday marketing we engage with, and health and safety
  • Imagine what marketing success looks like, for you
  • Enable each participant to co-create a marketing plan & have the capability to implement it now

Andrew Barrett, Chief Connector, Coach and Host, Safety on Tap (Australia)

Workshop 2: 1.30pm – 5.00pm

A toolkit for better safety conversations

In this workshop you’ll be introduced to a toolkit to help you have more meaningful discussions on safety culture in your organisation. The EUROCONTROL Safety Culture Discussion Cards act as social objects to encourage discussion on a range of safety related topics such as just culture, teamwork, resourcing, management commitment and more.

You’ll be introduced to the cards via a ‘World Café’ – a highly participative and interactive workshop format. We will:

  • Discuss selected cards in small groups
  • Discuss how the cards might be used

You’ll walk away with:

  • access to a new toolkit for discussing safety
  • a different way of having conversations about safety

Dr Steven Shorrock, Senior Specialist Safety Human Factors, EUROCONTROL (UK)