General Occupational Safety and Health Courses
(VZERO)Workshop on “Vision Zero”

The International Social Security Association (ISSA) launched the global campaign for Vision Zero. Vision Zero is based on the belief that all work-related accidents, occupational diseases and harm at work are neither determined by fate nor unavoidable. By building a strong prevention culture, these causes can be eliminated, and work-related accidents, harm and occupational diseases can be prevented. It is a transformational approach to prevention that integrates the three dimensions of safety, health and well-being at all levels of work, structured around 7 Golden Rules. Vision Zero approach is flexible, one can focus on health, on safety or on well-being issues depending on what is most relevant. With this flexibility, Vision Zero is benefit for all organizations in any part of the world and for companies of any industry and any scale. This workshop introduces the Vision Zero concept and prepare the participants for the implementation of 7 Golden Rules and relevant good practices in workplace.

Highlights:
1. Vision Zero prevention strategy
2. 7 Golden Rules of Vision Zero
3. Benefits of Vision Zero
4. Implementation of good practices in workplace
5. Group discussion and exercise: Creating an action plan for applying 7 Golden Rules
Duration (Hour): 3.5 hours
Instructor: Professional or OSHC consultant
Language: Cantonese supplemented with Chinese notes
Prerequisites: 1. With appropriate education level and related working experience; and
2. Ability to read and write in Chinese and English
Remark: ◎Award of Certificate: 100% attendance and pass the end-of-course examination.
◎Students who do not have sufficient attendance are not allowed to attend the examination
◎Students who are absent from the class, late or leave earlier for more than 30 minutes in class will be regarded as absent for that session.
Reserve online (If online enrollment quota is full or you would like to arrange in-house training course,
please contact 2311 3322/3106 2000.)
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