AUCTION SPECIAL Lot 67: 3 Days Safety Management Consultancy

“Good Safety is Good Business” is a very true and profound mantra to live by in any company/organisation across all sectors (manufacturing, services, retail, etc).

Lot 67: 3 Days Safety Management Consultancy

Register now online: bit.ly/CirenRotary

“Good Safety is Good Business” is a very true and profound mantra to live by in any company/organisation across all sectors (manufacturing, services, retail, etc). Best-practice management tools, techniques, processes and systems that result inexcellent safety performance (related to your own employees, your contractors, your suppliers and clients, and the communities in which you operate) serve as solid building blocks to the way a company/organisation commercially and ethically does business as a whole. 


Chris Rowbotham (a Rotary Member), has a career history that includes line management in a global company with a strong reputation in safety management and performance; and, for the last 20 years, senior consultancy management and service delivery in the global consultancy wing of that same company (both pre-and-post retirement). Please feel free to contact him direct (Mobile: 07909 907 299) to request a copy of his Professional Profile and for any further information or clarification. 


He is offering 3-days fee-free, confidential consultancy to the successful bidding company/organisation, within which he will: 


1) Carry out a short ‘as-is’ high-level, benchmarking appraisal of safety leadership and management styles, behaviours and methodologies; as well as current safety management systems and practices. This would be achieved by conducting: 

a) one-on-one informal interviews with some key managers/supervisors (sampled from a ‘vertical slice’ through both line and safety management teams), and 

b) informal hosted visits to workplaces (at operational and/or office locations) to gain a firsthand view of safety behaviours and practices, and to informally interact with personnel there (employees, contractors, etc alike), to ascertain how safety is actually being managed at the ‘coal face’. 


2) Present and discuss practical, realistic, best-practice-based recommendations, related to the key improvement areas he identifies, in a focused leadership ‘workshop’ forum. The output of which could be used in any future safety management and performance improvement planning


The only cost to the successful bidder would be the value of their bid which, of course, would be donated to the Rotary-nominated charities served by this auction.