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Serious Injury and Fatality Prevention – London

April 19 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm BST

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Join the Krause Bell Group and your peers in London for a face-to-face discussion on serious incident and fatality prevention.

While in most industries and companies’ incident rates decline, the frequency of serious incidents often stays flat. Senior leaders frequently tell us of their concern for serious incidents and fatalities. They feel frustrated when investigations reveal they have a culture in which people don’t follow procedures designed to protect them. It’s common for them to say, “What was that person thinking?” and then ask, “What should we be doing to create a culture that protects our people from serious and fatal events?”

The Krause Bell team has done significant research on the subject during the last years and has developed new insights and approaches. The resulting insights and innovations are helping leaders at all levels understand what they need to do differently to improve the culture and protect people.

A presentation and discussion will take place from 4pm until 6pm local; networking, snacks and drinks until 7pm.

Please contact our events organizer to register — Be sure to include your contact details and the event date.

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Date:
April 19
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm BST

Venue

London, United Kingdom
United Kingdom

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