9:00 am - 10:00 am (CEST)

Warm-Up HS2E-Forum Europe

First steps for the participants in the platform for the digital HS2E-Forum

  • Technical introduction
  • Self-check of technics
  • Round Tour through the platform
10:00 am - 10:15 am (CEST)

Opening and Welcome to the HS2E-Forum Europe I Virtual Event

10:15 am - 10:45 am (CEST)

Keynote: Safety Culture

  • Safety culture: What is safety culture today and how the concept evolved during years.
  • Elements of safety culture: The value of a choice and the importance of sharing this value with a group. Plato’s allegory of the cave.
  • Safety Culture as a goal for the agenda 2030: Building up a culture requires time and constant effort. This should be treated as the new 18th SDG.
  • Safety culture as “The way of doing things here”: Safety culture is a relative concept and a lot depends on the work environment, the unique context and the leadership.
  • How to measure it: What is important to evaluate when measuring the level of safety culture of your company.
  • How to improve it: Suggestions on how to motivate and engage your employees.
  • Davide Scotti Head of HSE Culture, Communication & Training, Saipem; General Secretary, Leadership in Health & Safety Foundation (LHS). Author, speaker and expert in cultural change in the health and safety field
10:45 am - 11:15 am (CEST)

Behavioral Safety for Culture Change

Behavior Based Safety (BBS) is the application of the science of behavior to the field of workplace safety. Its essential components are

  1. pinpointed definitions of safe behaviors, 
  2. observation and measurement of behavior, 
  3. behavior-specific feedback to employees, 
  4. behavior-specific goals, and 
  5. positive reinforcement of all organizational behavior that contributes to safety and health

BBS is more than conditioning workers into safe habits. BBS is a strategy to change the organizational culture in order to encourage safety. But you cannot talk employees into safety or create safety awareness out of nothing: “[I]t is much more cost-effective to ‚act’ an employee into safe thinking than it is to ‚think’ a person into safe acting” (Scott Geller). 

Christoph Bördlein presents BBS as the ideal way to change the way people behave, think, and feel about safety.

11:15 am - 12:15 pm (CEST)

Quentic Release - Update and Outlook

  • Upcoming enhancements with Quentic 13.2
  • Managing hazardous chemicals on international level
  • Increased workforce engagement by optimized incident management
12:15 pm - 1:00 pm (CEST)
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm (CEST)

Implementation of a standardized HSE-System in a multi-site, global organization

  • Challenges to implementation and solutions
  • Methods and practices
  • Benefits and Improvements
  • Caleb Alexander Global Continuous Improvement Manager, Grenzebach Maschinenbau
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm (CEST)

International Roll-outs

  • International Rollout (IRO) is Change-Management​
  • Success Factors for International Rollout
  • Lena Flickschuh Senior Consultant, Quentic GmbH
  • Lukas Sommerfeld Team Manager Consulting, Quentic GmbH
Breakout Session Quentic (for customers only)
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm (CEST)

Safety Culture Engagement: Mobile App use

  • How to engage more personnel in building safety culture together
  • Easy-to-use Mobile App solution to diginative workers
  • Safety Observations with QR code
  • Venla Vauhtimini Consultant, Quentic GmbH
  • Olli Majamaa Consultant, Quentic GmbH
Breakout Session Quentic (for customers only)
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm (CEST)

Quentic Release - Hazardous Chemicals

Ensure safety when working with hazardous chemicals on international scope

  • Consider local requirements by flexible risk scales
  • Manage storage classes across many sites, even international
  • Ensure Seveso III compliance
  • Tim Ammann Product Manager, Quentic GmbH
Breakout Session
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm (CEST)

Ready for Safety? – How to Analyze Obstacles to and Resources for Safety from a Behavior-Analytic Point of View

Behavior Based Safety (BBS) is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Feedback and positive reinforcement of safe behaviors are often effective in strengthening workplace safety, but there are more factors influencing the decision for safe or unsafe behavior, e.g.: Is the PPE designed in a way that encourages its use? Is the work organized in a way that unsafe behaviors are less effort for the worker than the safe behaviors?

The participants of this workshop learn how to analyze the factors influencing safe and unsafe behaviors through a behavior analytic lens. The Performance-Diagnostic-Checklist Safety (PDC-S), a valuable and science-based assessment tool, will help the participants to structure the analysis and derive analysis-based strategies to improve workplace safety.

Breakout Session
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm (CEST)

Current environmental business challenges

  • Mantelverordnung – the new ordinance on soil protection & waste
  • AWS Standard 2.0 – protect your water resource to protect your business
  • Flooding and Heavy Rain – Risk assessment to be prepared
  • Radon in soil gas – Consequences of new legislation 
Breakout Session
1:30 pm - 2:00 pm (CEST)

Digital Technology and Sustainability: Mutual Benefits

  • How Quentic Sustainability improved our environmental data collection
  • How we designed questionnaires specific for certain functions
  • How Quentic enabled a cultural change in the sustainability journey
2:00 pm - 2:30 pm (CEST)

Introduction of Quentic in Mexico at Interstuhl-LATAM

  • Mexico specifics
  • Rollout stages
  • Advantages of rolling out in a smaller organisation
  • Examples, lessons learnt, advice
  • Johannes Digel Senior Consultant, Quentic GmbH
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm (CEST)

8 Reasons why your business needs a regulatory compliance solution

  • Understand optimizing of your businesses’ efforts to effectively mitigate risk, protect your corporate repuation and bring real business value
  • Highlight keypoints of how a global view of compliance issues can enhance EHS and product regulatory compliance
  • Overview the true value of having a regulatory compliance solution in the hands of your front line workers
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm (CEST)

Working in the New Normal: Best Practice Online

Know how to improve my own professional presence online

  • Understand, which essential differences need to be considered between leading virtually and F2F and how to create the right mix in a hybrid setting
  • Learn how important framework setting regarding media usage is and how to implement this
  • Know how to deal with diverse communication and work styles online
  • Understanding about how important a joint feedback culture is online
  • Fresh ideas of how to implement the principle of shared leadership in my virtual meetings
  • Stefan Meister Managing Director of intercultures, specialist for virtual leadership, author of “Closeness at a Distance”
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm (CEST)

Physical workload risk assessments

  • Sharing key figures of European countries related to accidents
  • Introducing different risk evaluation methodologies (KIM; AFNOR X 35-109; NIOSH) within Quentic
  • Endnote on safeguards both prescribed and referencing to BBS of the morning session
  • Serge Jacobs Consultant, Quentic GmbH
  • Bjorn Koolen Consultant, Quentic GmbH
Breakout Session Quentic (for customers only)
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm (CEST)

Between ambition and reality: How to prevent the fading of a once effective safety culture?

  • How can a break in the occupational safety culture be avoided when there is a change in personnel?
  • Is it permissible to link BBS processes with production processes?
  • How does a safety culture become a safety DNA?
  • Heiko Stölting EH&S Manager
Breakout Session
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm (CEST)

Quentic Release - engaging people in EHS with Incidents & Observations

As EHS professionals, we need more data and information to support our decision making. Unfortunately, studies show that it is difficult to engage people in EHS to collect the desired data. We learned from Safety Management Trend Report 2021 and many other sources that the line-management is not always as committed to EHS as we'd like them to be.

In this presentation, Timo Kronlöf will guide you through some of the key findings from the EHS industry and Quentic customers to understand how motivation towards EHS is built, and how the new solution Incidents & observations could help you solving this challenge.

  • Why is it difficult and how could Quentic's new solution do to help the organizations engaging people in EHS?
  • Which new approaches and EHS frameworks were considered when building the new solution  
  • How could we utilize software to motivate more management commitment to EHS?
  • Live DEMO of what concrete features does the new Incidents & observations bring to the EHSQ teams' toolbox
  • What can we tell about the future of I&O
  • Timo Kronlöf Product Manager & Managing Director, Quentic Finland Oy
  • Reha Discioglu Product Manager, Quentic GmbH
Breakout Session
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm (CEST)

Quentic Customer Integration Services

Exchange on services and possibilities of Quentic Connect such as imports and interfaces

  • Marcel Wendlandt Head of Customer Integration Services, Quentic GmbH
  • Pascal Zwick Senior Integration Developer, Quentic GmbH
Breakout Session Quentic (for customers only)
4:00 pm - 4:30 pm (CEST)

Customer Talks: Enhesa case at Nordex Nordics

Nordex Nordics has implemented Quentic for Legal Compliance management utilizing Enhesa legal content integration.

  • Maiju Karhunen EHS Engineer, Nordex Finland Oy
  • Olli Majamaa Consultant, Quentic GmbH
4:30 pm - 5:00 pm (CEST)

Customer Talk: Trespa on Behavioral Safety

Trespa has implemented the app to record behavioral observations. During the session they will share how the app helps them create greater awareness for safe working behavior. 

  • Wilfried Aarsen SHE Manager, Trespa International BV
  • Bjorn Koolen Consultant, Quentic GmbH
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