Steve Lee is a specialist consultant of safety management for the executive level of medium to large organisations,
supporting companies in heavy industry, infrastructure, construction and maintenance services.
Harnessing the full potential of your organisations management of safety is achievable. Shaping the safety management essentials at a senior level in your organisation is the core of sustaining effective safety performance.
Some of the questions and challenges that you may be facing...
…how to keep these essentials in balance?
…how successful is the safety program functioning in each area?
…can we do this more effectively…what else can we do?
… we want our line managers and supervisors to understand safety better
…our HSE staff need assistance with HSE initiatives and the deployment process
…we need to step up the way we communicate our safety program to a more visible profile that reflects how we value safety.
Steve provides valuable help for Executives, Senior Managers and Safety Managers in achieving a balance, examine and diagnose issues and develop improvement through three support areas:
Providing consulting and coaching to develop effective safety management
Assist in diagnosing performance conditions and evaluating improvement opportunities
Conduct speaking and/or facilitating in-house safety learning events
Direct crisis response and investigation management of significant incidents and fatalities
Steve has extensive field operational and corporate experience in the development and performance improvement of safety management across engineering, construction , manufacturing and maintenance services. The range of industries include resources, rail, infrastructure and building services. He has experience with operations in Australia, New Zealand, USA/Canada and Singapore.
His consulting, coaching, education, strategy guidance, improvement planning, diagnostic assessment and solution development helps create significant improvement for your organisation.
Many organisations have complex operating structures with highly technical service capability or diverse management teams situated across one or all Australian states (some with international operations).
In these organisations, safety management system is well established and has evolved into a complex range of safety practices and programs (with procedures, messages and initiatives) deployed to address the risk profiles of the organisations workplaces and operations.
Developing and sustaining the management of safety across the organisation is a management intensive task, not simply requiring a safety program that continues to address the workplace risk profiles. A high level of management capability is necessary to influence organisational practice and culture, prompting and causing the management, staff and contractors to coordinate the independent contributions and to act on their safety responsibilities.
The challenge for any organisation is to keep safety respected as a primary business value taken seriously and applied personally…in the role as either employee and employer.
The influencing terms of safety management demand that safety remains relevant & helpful to the organisations endeavour to be profitable and efficient.
Safety management is a core function within business operations to manage risk, maintain compliance, prevent incident/injury reducing the effects of related costs, educate with awareness of action, and developing better safer work techniques, with the inherent need to influence and impose safe work attitudes & habits to achieve a consistent, effective and improving safety performance.