The presenter is the Health and Safety Director at the UKs largest theme park. Over the last 6 years he has been working to establish a reporting culture in the organisation as a means of driving better data capture to allow emerging safety trends to be spotted early. As an engineer rather than a psychologist the presenter will focus on what they did at a practical level to boost reporting and then an example of how it worked with lessons learnt. Further examples of generating safety engagement will also be presented.

The webinar will show the lived experience in establishing a reporting culture and how this drives better organisational data/decision making.

This will be a joint face to face and online webinar event.

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Our speaker will be:

Jonathan Ellis, Health & Safety Director at Alton Towers Resort. Jonathan is a chartered engineer and member of SARS. After studying metallurgy at university Jonathan spent time in the steel and defence sectors before joining the railway industry, where he migrated into a safety role; in particular leading on level crossing safety and system safety. Five years in consultancy then led to him joining Alton Towers Resort as Health and Safety Director in 2018. In this position he has delivered a significant reduction in risk across the resort.

Starts

Wednesday, 17th April 2024 at 6:00pm

Ends

Wednesday, 17th April 2024 at 7:30pm

Venue

RSSB, The Helicon, 1 South Place, EC2M 2RB