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People Struggles Workshop


People Struggles Workshop

Date: 23 Feb 2022    |   Location: Tait Technology Centre   |   Time: 9:30 am

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February 23 at 9:30 am 10:40 am

The Charter Health and Safety Leadership group are hosting x2 70-minute ‘Safety Struggles Workshops’, featuring Dr David Williams

These workshops aim to teach procedures and skills to enable Health and Safety Representatives and Managers to deal with common struggles within the industry.

The two workshops offered. 

  1. The first workshop takes a ‘procedural approach’ to systemic struggles
  2. The second will be focused on ‘people struggles’, and follows a more person centric approach.

Both workshops look at building resilience in organisations to overcome struggles.

These workshops will be highly interactive, and the Charter recommends attending in person to get the full benefit. However, a zoom option will be offered for those wanting to attend virtually.  Zoom participants will not be able to partake in the small group session.

To attend in person, you will be required to sign-in along with showing your vaccination pass at Tait Technology Centre, 245 Wooldrigde Road, Harewood.

Workshop Timing

  • Workshop 1: 8am – 9.10am – Procedural Struggles
  • Workshop 2: 9.30am – 10.40am – People Struggles

FREE to Charter Members or $40.00 plus GST for Non-members.

David Williams

Dr David WIlliams, also known as the ‘Undercover Brother’ at Fonterra Capital Projects. David is a former Soldier, Tradesman, Educator, Manager, Academic, and now Senior Consultant. David completed his PhD in knowledge management in 2011, after which he was engaged by Fonterra to try and discover the reasons for the fatalities and the underlying drivers of the culture. David went ‘undercover’ for two days a week for a two-year period at Fonterra starting in 2010.

Canterbury Safety Charter

027 502 5502

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Tait Technology Centre

245 Wooldridge Road
Christchurch, New Zealand
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