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Vision Zero Summit 2019
Early Bird fee until 14 June
Director's ethical choice by Tommi Alanko
What does Vision Zero thinking mean at workplaces?
More speakers: Sanna Malinen, Pete Kines, Anna-Maria Teperi
We are happy to introduce more speakers for the Vision Zero Summit 2019.
Andrew Sharman joins Vision Zero Summit 2019
Professor Andrew Sharman, CEO, RMS Switzerland: Rethinking Zero, enabling Excellence in Workplace Safety
Vision Zero is co-operation
Co-operation is essential for vision zero to come true at workplaces
Call for speakers and registration are now open!
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VISION ZERO MEANS PARTICIPATION
Committed and motivated personnel is a guarantee for workplace efficiency, quality and safety
Important dates of Vision Zero Summit
Get ready, it all starts on 15 January 2019!
Vision Zero is a commitment strategy
Creating genuine commitment to vision zero requires a long-term strategy for all organizational levels.
Suggest topic or speaker for the Vision Zero Summit
Programme preparations for the Vision Zero Summit are well on their way. The topics of the summit will include e.g.
Vision Zero is possible
Vision Zero is a core value and continuous improvement and learning at all levels of operations.
Vision Zero means anticipation
The most important actions for safety are made before anything happens.
Vision zero means celebrating success
We need to focus more on factors that maintain safety and successes. Not only risks, accidents and incidents.