Leaders’ Guide to Safety Culture: Five actions you can take to improve

The Conference Board of Canada, October 29, 2019
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Safety culture is an important construct in industrial safety management and could be described as one of the most important developments in industrial safety in recent history. While there is general agreement about the importance of safety culture there is limited practical guidance on how to improve.

Webinar Highlights

In this 60 minute recorded webinar, Mark Fleming PhD, describes why safety culture is important and how to transform your culture. The five strategies discussed are based on best practice from a wide range of safety critical industries including nuclear power, offshore oil and gas, transportation, and construction.

About Mark

Photo of Mark FlemingDr. Mark Fleming is a Professor in the department of psychology at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax Nova Scotia. He has just completed a five year term as the CN professor of Safety Culture. Dr. Fleming is an applied psychologist with over 25 years of experience in industrial health and safety management in high hazard industries including the offshore oil and gas, nuclear power, petrochemical, power generation, and construction. He is dedicated to developing practical and valid tools to assist organizations to prevent harm. He holds degrees from the University of Aberdeen, and The Robert Gordon University in Scotland.


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