Are you are a team leader working in the resources industry? You are responsible for managing important activities, while ensuring that your team implements the procedures to keep them safe and stay compliant. You are the expert in this field and have years of experience leading teams to perform at their best. That’s why you have the job of manager or supervisor of a specific area.
While you have years of experience, you are always looking at ways to improve, outperform and lead your colleagues. One aspect of your role is environmental management. You have support from the environmental department sometimes but often if feels like they are policing your work without understanding that you need to get the job done.
We completely understand. We’ve seen those same frustrations in our career. We’ve developed ways to overcome those barriers/annoyances/ frustrations by having a clear understanding of the minimum environmental commitments and legislation under which you operate.
We’ll use our pragmatic approach towards the construction and resources industry to give you the knowledge and tools needed to feel like you completely understand the environmental compliance component of your job.
You’ll know what the environmental department’s role will be in comparison to yours.
You’ll likely walk away from this course having a better understanding of your environmental responsibilities than the environmental department.
This will give you more control over the activities over which you have ultimate responsibility.
We will share our knowledge to develop non-environmental professionals working in industry, but only to those who are prepared to absorb the knowledge and take action for themselves.
Does this sound like you?
You have responsibility to do an activity, you work hard and know your stuff, your team respects you and you know how to motivate them to get the job done on time and within budget.
One of the barriers of your job is interference from outside people such as environmental teams. You are sometimes frustrated by their lack of support and timeliness in providing the information you need. You wonder if you can do it better yourself and are eager to get the knowledge needed to overcome those barriers.
You are an organized, well prepared person and want to be proactive. You have many great ideas that you’d like to investigate and implement. Your list of things to do is never-ending.
You wish you had all the answers, often not raising issues due to a lack of knowledge of legislation.
What if you could?
What if you could build your knowledge base and have the resources you need at your fingertips, to give you the results you want and help make your life easier.
If you want tools that provide you with:
- Knowledge i.e. environmental management
- Resources for ensuring compliance
- Efficient methods for getting results
- The ability to overcome barriers associated with environmental requirements
- Less reliance on the environmental team
- And support….
Yes? You’re in the right place…
Who is this for?
- Area managers and supervisors working in the resources industry.
- Those who are prepared to take it to the next level.
- Those who understand that to get different and better results, it is time to change the strategy.
- Be prepared to take action and to implement!
Who this is not for?
- Environmental professionals working in industry.
- Those who are pessimistic and wingers.
- Those that do not want to work in industry.
- Those who are not prepared to listen, learn and implement.
Why are we doing this?
We understand the frustration you are experiencing, not knowing how to progress or having the support you need and we know we can help you.
Times are tough. The size of environmental teams have decreased, which translates to less support for you.
You know that you need to up-skill to keep things moving along smoothly. Your team is expected to know and stay compliant with environmental legislation and commitments.
Most importantly, I don’t want you to waste your time and I know you don’t want to waste mine.
If you are serious about adjusting to the current market, reducing your frustrations when it comes to environmental compliance then it is worth investing the time to:
- Broaden your knowledge.
- Value-add to your company.
- Become more efficient.
- Create opportunities for yourself.
- Alleviate the frustrations associated with managing compliance.
This one-day course will be held in Perth in July.
Contact us (below) for a copy of the course outline and registration form.
Register early to get a place, we’re limiting the number of people in any one session.