Officer Development Programme
This professional development programme includes 8.5 hours of in-person workshops (a customised IoD Advanced Health and Safety course, delivered across four short modules), supplemented by pre-and post-course e-learning modules, reading materials, resources, tools, and case studies.
All course and resource content has been tailored for the public service, recognising that officers in most central departments and agencies are also senior leaders with management responsibilities for health and safety.
The following topics are covered across four, two-hour modules. Each topic will be explored with a governance focus but with consideration as to how the topic may be viewed through different lenses (governance, leadership, management) in a public sector environment:
- Managing, leading, and governing Health & Safety – an overview of the three roles and perspectives. Includes leadership behaviours and practices. Recap on the scope of PCBU duties. Bringing it to life –practical application i.e. meeting structures, reporting, questions that should be asked, using the three lenses of governance, leadership, and management.
- Health and Safety risk management. Risk landscape (acute, chronic, and catastrophic), risk assessment methodologies, implementing effective prevention and mitigation controls, controls assurance (3 lines of defense), risk tolerance, owning your risk matrix, alignment with Enterprise Risk Management.
- Overlapping duties and understanding the complexity and challenges of identifying and managing them (particularly thinking about the public sector’s wider role in policy setting, standard setting, system ownership/funding).
- Monitoring what matters – setting meaningful KPIs, data, insights, reporting and information management systems – this module references the Business Leaders’ Health and Safety Forum guide “Monitoring What Matters”.
A minimum of 18 participants are required to run a course, with a maximum of 24. In-house options are also available – above minimum and maximums apply.
The programme is provided to public service agencies who register via the GHSL at a discounted rate of $1,200 + GST per person.
Registration and expressions of interest
Cohort 7 starts in person, Wellington on the 28th September 2022, and Cohort 8 is Auckland based, starting 20th October 2022
To register interest in a future course, email email@example.com with attendee details (Name, Position, Email and Phone details, plus IOD membership details if known). Note that places are limited, and all bookings will remain tentative until confirmed by the GHSL.
|GHSL Contact||Email Address||Phone|
|Anita McGhie-Filkinsfirstname.lastname@example.org||0800 HS LEAD 0800475323|