Due Diligence Workshops Oversubscribed
If you are looking to attend the Due Diligence Workshop on 28,29 November 2018 (https://cllr.com.au/product/due-diligence-workshop-unit-13/) with Dr Rob Long and Greg Smith in Sydney there are no more places. The enrolment is ‘choc a block’ so we may run another workshop early in the New Year.
Following on from the successful Risky Conversations, The Law, Social Psychology and Risk, Rob and Greg have been undertaking the Due Diligence workshop in Australia and Internationally. You can download the free podcast/talking book here: https://www.humandymensions.com/product/risky-conversations-talking-book-free-mp3-files/
You can view the Due Diligence video from the Risky Conversations series here: https://vimeo.com/162493843
4. DUE DILIGENCE from Human Dymensions on Vimeo.
Or you can read blogs by Rob and Greg here:
Blogs on Due Diligence by Rob
Blogs by Greg
Rob and Greg also deliver the Two Day Workshop in house but bookings need to be in advance by at least by 3 months.
Amazingly most safety people we meet in the training don’t understand what Due Diligence is, often thinking it is a regulatory framework and/or a legislated formula, it is neither. Which of course means when things go wrong they discover they have placed all their safety eggs in the wrong basket.
The huge challenge for safety people is to understand that Due Diligence cannot be proved by paperwork (https://safetyrisk.net/paper-safe/) or demonstrated by statistics/injury rates (https://safetyrisk.net/proving-safety/).
The good news is that the Due Diligence Workshop provides tools and expertise in how to undertake Due Diligence and demonstrate its effectiveness.
Rob Long says
Thanks Bernard. Great to have so much interest beyond the tokenism of safety to real helping and care. Unfortunately spin has been made the substance of safety so that performance has also been confused with substance. AS long as the checklist is done, data collected and PPE is worn, everything is safe. The bachelorette of safety.
Bernard Corden says
Great to hear. Safety needs much more of this realism rather than the solipsistic Facebook Safety trash that permeates the current conference circuit. The recent gala trivia balls, including the World Congress in Singapore have about as much integrity as an episode of My Kitchen Rules or The Voice.