Learning & Behavioural Change

OBJECTIVE:

The Accord sees behavioural change at all levels as a key priority in improving safety performance. This is a mature state for any industry to achieve and is not arrived at though any easy or quick means. We wish to research and develop a longer term Behavioural Change Action Plan. Target is to cover all of the forest  industry sector.

CHAIR - Mike Bridge - Independent Consultant 

OTHER MEMBERS:

Pat Sherry - Balcas
John Paterson - Egger
Alastair Sandels - FISA Chair 
Julian Burchby - Pryor & Rickett
Toby Allen - Say It With Wood
Katherine Gostick - HSE
Alice Cheyne - Forestry England
Andrew Leslie - A W Jenkinsons
Denis Coy - Glennon Brothers
Sarah Clay - Tilhill Forestry
Stuart Burgess - Forestry England
Robert South - Andrew Bronwin & Co
Andy Best - NRW
Fiona Angier - Confor
Jonathon Hastie - Independent
Amy Irving - University of Aberdeen
Gillian Clark (support) - FISA CEO

GROUP TARGET:

Develop learning opportunities and behavioural change throughout all the work of FISA

RESOURCES &/ FUNDING REQUIREMENTS:

KEY ACTIONS:

Priorities and Action Plan 

  • Provide input to the FISA Steering Group on the concept of behavioural change
  • Raising awareness of the need for safety and wellbeing
  • Input into FISA Strategic Plan to ensure it supports desire cultural change
  • Provide information to FISA Steering Group on incident trends from FISA Members
  • Assist FISA in preparing and delivering an agreed format of Safety awareness seminars/workshops to replace HSE SHADs
  • Ensure full communication process to Web site and membership