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Safety Leadership

LJM helps managers, at all levels, make a positive impact on risk, people and performance.

Developing safety leaders

Leaders are essential to creating and sustaining safety culture.  

LJM Group has a substantial amount of experience in supporting executives, managers and supervisors to become more effective in leading and managing safety improvement.  Core to LJM Group’s approach is establishing genuine ownership for safety, then helping leaders to focus on those actions that drive the biggest impact.

Alignment and clarity at all levels

When safety is truly integrated into an organisation, leaders at all levels are clear on their roles and play an active part in building and sustaining a positive culture.  By defining key activities at each level of work, from strategic leadership to frontline management, people become clear on how their actions contribute in relation to the whole.

Diagram Showing Alignment Across Levels

Actions that make an impact

For executives and senior managers, LJM helps focus on the strategic actions that will develop safety culture, and align systems, structures, priorities and measures to support the vision.  For managers and frontline supervisors, LJM develops the knowledge and skills needed to integrate workplace health, safety and risk into all aspects of their work.  As an outcome, managers take control of safety as a positive change tool, using it as a driver of change that results in more effective and efficient business practices.

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Core programs tailored for each client

LJM has comprehensive program that integrates theory and practice and is based around five key elements of the strongest safety cultures.  The specific content is always tailored to fit each client’s current state, industry and operational risks.

Clarifying vision and expectations

Engaging and supporting people

Active risk management

Creating a learning organisation

Ongoing review and renewal

Comprehensive support

LJM Group can support your organisation to:

  • Facilitate the development of WHS strategies and implementation plans owned by operational managers
  • Support safety leadership teams to steward improvement
  • Align expectations and clarify activities and behaviours for leaders at each level of the organisation
  • Analyse gaps in current leadership capabilities and behaviours
  • Facilitate safety leadership training, both intensive programs and modular courses delivered over several sessions
  • Use Hogan 360 assessments to measure and develop leaders at every level
  • Conduct individual coaching and mentoring, putting concepts into practice in real operational scenarios
  • Help boards to become more effective at WHS governance and oversight
  • Develop scoreboards, leading indicators and review processes to encourage the right activities and behaviours
  • Give advice on effective WHS structure, support, roles and accountabilities