Think Act Be Safe! Behavioural Safety Course.

Behavioural Safety Event
(£95 / person)
(limited places so book early to avoid disappointment)

(Think Act Be Safe – Omagh 12th May 2017)

Think Act Be Safe! Behavioural Safety Course.


Everyone has the right to go home safe from work every day yet, according to Eurostat, each year more than 5,000 people lose their lives in the EU as a result of workplace incidents.  In the construction sector incidents and fatalities continue to happen and working at height is a key area of focus when it comes to safety.

Annette Tierney’s Theatre at Work will illustrate a safety case-study inspired by an Irish incident set in the construction sector, working at height.  The session illustrates how the smallest actions, or inactions, can have major consequences when it comes to workplace safety and how easily our world can be destroyed.  Through facilitated discussion topical safety themes are explored including responsibility, safety conversations and some of the human factors that influence a culture of safety on site.

Who Should Attend

This interactive event uses a format proven at all organisational levels from operations to leadership, and is suitable for delegates from all sectors.  It will be of particular interest to those working in:

  • Health and Safety

  • The Construction Sector

  • Team Management or Supervision

  • Training and Development

  • Cultural Change


  • Develop greater appreciation of the perceptions, attitudes and choices that contribute to a culture of safety

  • Gain insights into the influence of work planning and contractor dynamics on risk awareness and safe practices

  • Examine your own role in influencing a culture of safety in your workplace through effective safety conversations

This workshop engages people in the benefits of safe practices; overcoming key challenges in changing behaviour and culture by generating awareness, understanding and ultimately ownership.

Facilitator Profile

Annette Tierney has used innovative theatre-based learning methods since 2000 to provide high impact solutions in areas such as leadership, behavioural safety, culture change and commercial skills.  Now based in Ireland Annette has also produced and facilitated learning events in Europe, Asia and the US, working with organisations in a range of sectors including transport, construction, utilities, energy, hospitality, health, pharmaceuticals and financial services.  Her clients in behavioural safety include Ervia, ESB, The Construction Industry Federation, IWEA, Tesco Ireland, PM Group, Kirby Engineering and Construction, DPS Engineering, Lagan Group, MSD, GSK and Local Authorities.

Theatre is a powerful medium by which to convey information, stimulate awareness and enable understanding.  Interactive techniques like forum theatre give participants valuable insights into workplace behaviour, including their own.

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