Davide Scotti

Head of HSE Culture, Communication & Training, Saipem; General Secretary, Leadership in Health & Safety Foundation (LHS)

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

Davide Scotti is the Head of HSE Culture, Communication and Training at Saipem. He is an author, producer and speaker in the field of health and safety leadership, and an expert in cultural change and communication; he loves to create experiences, workshops, and events that inspire people to live and work in a safer way. Having graduated from the University of Aberdeen with a degree in Management Studies in 2001, Davide began his career in the HSE field in the United Kingdom where he lived, studied and worked for 8 years. 

He returned to Italy to join Saipem and devoted himself to the development of “Leadership in Health Safety”(LiHS), a program designed to transform leaders into safety leaders providing them tools and strategies to shape the organizational safety culture. Davide led its development, global roll out and continues implementation of LiHS that today is widely recognized as world class safety leadership methodology. In 2010, he was appointed as General Secretary of the LHS Foundation, a non-profit organization established by Saipem with the mission of raise the safety culture of both industry and society, through the use of non-conventional media to reach hearts and minds of managers, workers, students, citizen and institutions. 

In order to reach an even wider audience, in 2016 he created the “Italia Loves Sicurezza” movement, a network of individuals who embrace the mission of the LHS Foundation and are united by the same passion for health & safety. In 5 years, the movements generated about 2,000 unconventional events all over the country touching one million people. From 2016 he organized and conducted the Safety Leadership Event, the biggest safety event in Italy.

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