Programme Overview

Our programme is designed to develop Stronger, Smarter and Safer workplaces and communities from a Strategic, Tactical and Operational Risk Mangement perspective.

The bespoke content may include experiential learning workshops, e-learning, webinars and on-site coaching. It is designed to meet the specific needs of our client from a Organisational Strategic, Business Mangement System and cultural perspective.

Practical Exercises underpin this workshop and we learn from dramatic Case Studies. In ‘Safety’ we consider everyone as Leader. A ‘Leader Without Title’ (LWT) mindset allows us the capability to Influence, Impact and Inspire everyone within our community for the Health and Wellbeing of all.

Key Words

Risk Management, Leadership, PSM, IM, Process Safety Management, Integrity Management, Major Hazards,Performance Measurement, Continuous Improvement, Licence to Operate, Safety Critical Systems, Emergency Response, Audit and Review, High Performance Teams.

Who should attend?

Senior Leadership Team, Business Unit Managers, Section Heads, Senior Engineers, HSE Professionals, Operational Supervisors.


This workshop can be tailored for the client’s Business Management/HSE Management System and is available in a 1 – 3 day format. An Executive Leadership workshop, detailing the fundamentals for Board Responsibilities, can be provided in one day.


Day 1: Risk Background, Fundamentals and Leadership

  • Introductory Risk Management Exercise
  • Risk Management Leadership Purpose, Vision and Goals. Why? What? and How?
  • Major Accident Lessons Learned– including case studies of Flixborough, England; Bhopal, India; Mexico City, Mexico; Pasedena, Texas, Piper Alpha, UK, Deepwater Horizon, USA
  • High Hazard processes and Major Accident Prevention: Hazards Assessment, Barrier model and Safety Critical Elements and equipment,
  • Integrated Business Management Systems and the role of Risk Mangement in continuous improvement: Personnel, Facilities and Technology
  • Overview of Human and Organisational Factors: Top 10!
  • Risk Based operational safety – operational safety culture building. Energy Sector HSE culture maturity model with delegate baseline exercise.
  • Management and Leadership Commitment – strategic, tactical and operational approaches to Risk Management implementation
  • Reflective enquiry

Day 2: Risk Management: Human and Organisational Factors

  • Human Reliability and Failure Concepts
  • Reducing Human Error
  • Organisational Change
  • Staffing and Workload
  • Effective Supervision
  • Training and Competence
  • Human Factors and Design
  • Reflective enquiry – individual and teams.

Day 3: Risk Management Programme Implementation

  • Review of  procedures, practices and guidelines.
  • High Performance Teams – problem solving exercise
  • Management of Change: Implementation principles.
  • Communication and Involvement: role-play
  • Overview of Implementation program: strategic/tactical roles and responsibilities, resourcing, finance, time lines,
  • Evaluation: Monthly/Quarterly Risk Management goals and targets
  • High Performance Organization’s – lessons learned….
  • Reflective enquiry action plans.
  • Review and rewind