As an Ukranian Captain once said: "I am coming from a culture where a real man, can drive pissed drunk, exceeding the speed limit to the max of his car, with a cigarette in one hand and the mobile in the other. We are coming from another culture”.
Does the behavior in your company reflect on the safety goals? Can we really change a safety culture*, if we look at the cultural differences of the employees? And what is actually the right Safety Culture to embrace and how to implement it?
Join the event and debate with an interesting mix of speakers who have actively worked with implementing a Safety Culture and get their take on what was the right one for their Organization.
*The term `Safety Culture` first appeared as a part of the investigation report of the Chernobyl disaster in 1986. Since different types of Safety Culture directions have been developed to guide individuals in the right direction. Safety Culture can be defined as a set of beliefs, norms, attitudes, roles, social and technical practices that are concerned with minimizing exposure.
"Leading Diversity" presented by Vivek Menon, Head of Department, SeaHealth
"Safety Delta Concept" presented by Bjarke Jakobsen, Partner and Senior Consultant, Green-Jakobsen A/S. The concept focuses on leading indicators instead of lagging indicators
Case: Søren Vest, General Manager - Head of Marine QA, Ultaship presents their goal and experience with the Safety Delta Concept
Bo Kiel Jespersen, Lead Marine Inspector - Harbour Logistics & Marine Inspection, DONG Energy
Price (ex. VAT)
MDC-member: Free admission
Non-member: 995 DKK
No-show fee: 500 DKK
For more information, please contact: Henriette Dybkær