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LeadSafe Construction Supervisors

Why choose LeadSafe Supervisors ?

The LeadSafe Supervisors programme has been developed specifically to meet the needs of the construction and infrastructure industry, to lift the leadership and safety capability of all frontline leaders.

It is endorsed by the Construction Health and Safety New Zealand (CHASNZ) and is supported by an ACC Workplace Injury Prevention Subsidy which is being offered by ACC to help Kiwi businesses access effective health and safety solutions.

LeadSafe Supervisors is the new benchmark in construction for supervisors and is creating a common language and skill set that will lift our performance as an industry.

Programme Investment:

$1,250.00 + GST

*Programmes will run with a minimum number of 12 participants per group

**To find out more about the ACC Workplace Injury Prevention Subsidy please email safety@acc.co.nz

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When

The programme is run at various times of the year as two, full-day workshops. They are run two weeks apart giving participants time to practise and apply their skills.

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Where

The programmes run nationwide. If your region isn’t listed please contact us directly.

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How

Simply click the enrol button to choose the program and time that suits you.

What will my supervisors learn?

This is not just another safety course.  Safety leadership is about “what goes on when no-one is watching”.  It’s about what you do as a leader on site every day. These skills will lead to a safer and more productive worksite.  It will also help to prepare your frontline leaders to take the ConstructSafe Tier 3 Competency Assessment.

These two days will provide your supervisors with the skills to set the tone as a leader.  

They will learn to:

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Communicate

Develop good communication skills that will enable them to have effective safety conversations

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Lead from the front

Walk the talk. Role model the desired skills, safety attitudes and behaviours required on site - including with sub-contractors

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Assess risk

Proactively assess safety risks and to drive safe attitudes and working methods

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Use Safety Systems

Effectively use the safety tools and systems (hazard management, risk identification and assessment,  incident investigation) to get better work outcomes

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Understand their responsibilities

Clearly understand their roles and responsibilities as a safety leader and be proactively involved in the management of safety on site, every day

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Influence

Positively influence and rectify inappropriate safety behaviour

Supporting your business to be safer

Apply today!

Visit the ACC website and download the application form to apply for your workplace injury prevention subsidy. Once you’ve completed this, email it to safety@acc.co.nz

Click here to apply:  acc.co.nz/training-subsidy

"As an industry, we need to build a higher level of capability in our leaders.  We need leaders who can help your business to perform even better, a performance that incorporates an excellent safety culture, as a result, has great safety outcomes each and every day."

David O’Connor

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“It has taught me that safety is not just about ticking boxes, but getting people engaged and constantly reviewing systems and what is really happening on sites. “

 (2018 participant)

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