November 21, 2019
We now operate our businesses in an environment constrained by employment law. So it is more important than ever that Managers and Supervisors understand the complex legal relationship between employers and their employees. In many companies it has been the practice to promote their best craftsmen or operators to the position of Supervisor with varying degrees of success.
What many companies fail to realise is that good craftsmen or operators are such due to extensive training and experience, and therefore to become good Supervisors they need training of a different type.
Your Supervisor has a key role to play in your organisation and to be able to participate in the success of the Company has to be trained in new skills and techniques.
This course will be relevant to both newly appointed and experienced Supervisors.
9:00 Registration 9:15 The effective supervisor - Leadership Styles and Characteristics - Types of Teams and Roles - Achieving Results 12:45 Break 1:45 Managing safety – Responsibilities - Accident Investigation and Reporting - Risk Assessment 4:45 Close
9:00 Discipline – A necessary tool - Legal Considerations - Code of Practice - Disciplinary Investigation and Interviews 12:30 Break 1:30 Problem solving - Vertical and Lateral Thinking - Systematic Approach - Taking Action 4.45 Close
The tutors are members of the staff at Scottish Engineering and are widely experienced HR and Safety professionals. Lindsey Miller, Legal & HR Support Manager, is a solicitor with 25 years’ experience of advising member companies on employment related issues and representing them in Employment Tribunals. David Brown is Health, Safety and Systems Manager with a significant amount of experience gained in Health and Safety. He has been an Adviser with Scottish Engineering for over 17 years. Claire Platts is a solicitor with over 13 years’ experience in employment law. Claire has provided legal advice and HR support to employers in the private and voluntary sector and she has a particular interest in discrimination law. Donnie McCorkindale is a Health and Safety Adviser with a significant amount of experience gained in Health & Safety. He has been an Adviser at Scottish Engineering for 4 years. Dermot Cole is an Employee Relations Adviser with over 20 years’ experience in HR and Learning and Development across Defence and Engineering in both public and private sector. He joined Scottish Engineering in 2018.