SIA / AIOH / HFESA Members: $20.00 +GST
Non Members: $65.00 +GST
Much is made about complexity in the modern workplace and social systems. WHS management systems are premised on more linear models of quality improvement models than may less relevant in complex and uncertain contexts. The work of the future needs a different framework for the health and safety of workers.
Complex human systems frameworks are applicable to social systems such as organisations; knowledge based work; cyber-physical systems. It is possible to integrate the frameworks with existing models for management systems to create mature organisational capability and safety performance.
The webinar explores the key principles of complex human systems frameworks and an example of one - the Cynefin framework. The webinar provides participants with experience of methods and facilitation activities related to the frameworks and opportunity to discuss their use, approaches to delivery and recommendations to organisational management in the context of WHS.
Date: Wednesday 11 September 2019
Time: 2.30 - 3.30 pm (AEST)
Format: Webinar Format - Login details will be emailed to registered attendees 1-2 days prior to the webinar.
Audience: This webinar would be suitable for
SIA / AIOH / HFESA Members - $20.00 +GST
Non Members - $65.00 +GST
REGISTRATIONS CLOSE 10.30 am on WEDNESDAY 11 SEPTEMBER.
This webinar will be recorded and distributed to paid registered attendees 3-4 days after the event.
LIZZY SMITH, CEO, WorkSmith
Lizzy’s business WorkSmith advises people on how to create and manage healthy, safe and sustainable businesses in corporate and social ventures. Lizzy is a certified human factors and ergonomics specialist (aka CPE) and safety professional.
Lizzy holds qualifications in methods for complex human systems, positive psychology, auditing and training. Lizzy applies systems methods and design thinking to how work is done, as well as the design of change with organisations and community groups. Her interest and experience in complex human systems comes from many years of experience helping people to solve problems, work more enjoyably, and live a healthier life.
Lizzy’s extensive portfolio includes research of risks in the Health sector; designing systems to improve process and safety outcomes for infrastructure and engineering projects. Lizzy’s recent projects have been with ACT Health and Airservices Australia (Australia’s air navigation services provider) to improve their WHS Management systems, safety resilience and capability.