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We are a leader in safety and wellbeing, with a proven track record across New Zealand. We know that to change behaviour, we must create a safety culture.

We do this through a range of professional development options, adapted to your environment and designed for each level, from the front line through to governance.

Safety Governance

Safety Governance

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Who is it for?

Executive leadership team and governance

Purpose

To define what an organisation wants and needs from the executive team, to lead and support a culture of safety excellence.

Learning Outcomes

The workshop focus’ on practical ways to engage others in the safety culture.

  • How to describe the ‘why’ (benefits) of a safety culture for your business (brand, reputation, clients, stakeholders).
  • How to share the good stuff of safety and get the message across (clients, staff, community groups).
  • The role of a safety leader. How to walk and talk safety leadership.
  • How executives can encourage others to follow their lead.
Choice of format

In-room, digital

Safety Leaders

Safety Leaders

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Who is it for?

People leaders and safety leaders wanting to embed a safety culture within their team.

Purpose

To change the narrative and behaviours relating to safety, and transform the safety and performance culture.

Learning Outcomes

This 3-month learning journey contains self-directed tasks and assignments, peer-to-peer support, regular conversations for development with an internal coach, digital or in-room sessions with the group and facilitator, and support and activities to apply learning on-job.

The programme includes a safety performance improvement project, where the theory comes to life in helping to create a healthier workplace. Each member has an opportunity to propose change in their workplace, and to show their coach, manager and colleagues that they are taking a proactive role in their job.

Choice of format

Blended

Safety Influencers

Safety Influencers

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Who is it for?

People managers

Purpose

To provide a common language for the safety step-change, and help equip managers to support and coach their people.

Learning Outcomes

The programme includes:

  • Developing the governance and influencing skills to lift safety practices/process.
  • How to set the tone for safety across a broad set of stakeholders (e.g. local government, iwi, regional bodies).
  • Driving quality work outcomes that have safety at their core.
Choice of format

In-room, digital

Keys to Safety Success

Keys to Safety Success

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Who is it for?

Frontline crew/teams

Purpose

To engage the hearts and minds of all staff driving personal safety ownership, and personal actions around safety, in their crews and roles.

Learning Outcomes

The programme offers practical tools to:

  • Understand the keys to success in safety.
  • Identify external constraints that hinder a strong safety and wellbeing culture.
  • Discuss and identify the ‘scratches’ affecting staff and their safety performance.
  • Understand how our choices and what we ‘think, say, and do’ can raise or lower the chance of harm.
  • Build a team/crew strategy to keep each other honest with safety, and our mates safe.
Choice of format

In-room

Our programmes engage hearts and minds, and connect people with their ‘why’, to raise resilience and wellbeing for your people.

Resilience at Work

Resilience at Work

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Who is it for?

Those who may be experiencing challenges (whether facing change, uncertainty or ambiguity). Those who wish to strengthen their personal and professional resilience and wellbeing.

Purpose

To provide tools and strategies to strengthen personal and professional resilience and wellbeing. To give learners tools and tips to support them in these uncertain times.

Learning Outcomes

We use the holistic wellbeing model Te Whare Tapa Wha for these sessions.
At the end, participants will be able to:

  • Explain what resilience is and why it is important, both personally and professionally.
  • Know their personal stress triggers and responses, and how these affect performance.
  • Explore strategies based on a holistic model of wellbeing.
  • Identify tools, tips and strategies to enhance personal and professional wellbeing
  • Create a resilience and wellbeing action plan, as a framework for personal and professional strategies.
Choice of format

In-room, digital

We are proud to partner with Construction Health and Safety NZ (CHASNZ) on two key development programmes, also known as LeadSafe. These are designed for the skills and knowledge required in construction.

LeadSafe Supervisors

LeadSafe Supervisors

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This programme is endorsed by Construction Health and Safety New Zealand (CHASNZ) and ACC. It is the new benchmark in construction for supervisors, creating a common language and skill set that will lift our performance as an industry.

Who is it for?

Frontline supervisors, and those leading crews in the construction and infrastructure industry

Purpose

To equip frontline leaders and supervisors with the skills and behaviours to embed a positive safety culture. This is done through communication and action of what they do on site every day, to get great work outcomes and to ensure everyone on site is safe.

Learning Outcomes

The programme includes how to:

  • Adopt a role as a safety leader and be proactive in managing safety on site, every day.
  • Walk the talk – how to role-model the desired skills, safe attitudes and behaviours required on site, including with sub-contractors.
  • Build good communication skills for effective and meaningful safety conversations.
  • Positively influence and rectify inappropriate safety behaviour.
  • Assess safety risks, and drive safe attitudes and ways of working.
  • Use the safety tools and systems (hazard management, risk identification and assessment, incident investigation).
Choice of format

In-room, digital

LeadSafe Essential Skills

LeadSafe Essential Skills

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This programme includes embedded workplace literacy to meet the needs of the construction industry and those working ‘on the tools’.

It is endorsed by Construction Health and Safety New Zealand (CHASNZ) and supported by funding from the Workplace Literacy and Numeracy Fund.

Who is it for?

Crews and frontline staff who need to lift their foundation and workplace literacy skills. Staff who have not yet achieved Constructsafe Foundation competency.

Purpose

To help crew and frontline staff better understand safety, and how they can contribute to a safety culture in your business for a safer, more productive worksite.

Learning Outcomes

The programme includes:

  • Learning designed for adults, using proven techniques to build confidence and skills.
  • How to connect with health and safety at a personal level.
  • Developing a good attitude towards Health and Safety.
  • How and when to speak up about Health and Safety improvements and challenges.
  • How to work with people from a range of backgrounds.
  • Understanding important Health and Safety words.

It also prepares your crew to take the ConstructSafe Foundation Knowledge Assessment.

Choice of format

In-room

We are proud to partner with Forestry Industry Safety Council (FISC) on two key development programmes. These align with the unique risk profile of the forestry sector.

Safetree Leaders

Safetree Leaders

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Who is it for?

Forestry supervisors and foremen

Purpose

The true test of leadership is: What happens when no one is watching? What do people choose to do when they are left to make their own decisions?
These two days will:

  • give your supervisors the skills to set the tone as a leader
  • help create a safer and more productive worksite.
Learning Outcomes

The sessions include how to:

  • Lead a high-performance team and effectively communicate to a range of people.
  • Involve workers in solving problems and making good safety decisions.
  • Hold people accountable.
  • Focus teams on learning from things going right … not just waiting for things to go wrong
Choice of format

In-room

Safetree Team Up

Safetree Team Up

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Who is it for?

Forestry crews

Purpose

To help your crews work smarter, be better at their jobs, and keep themselves and their mates safe on the job.

Learning Outcomes

The programme includes:

  • Improving communication skills.
  • Creating team goals ¬– and solid plans to achieve them.
  • How to get better results, by making better decisions.
  • How to solve problems as a team – using the strength of many brains.
Choice of format

In-room

We can adapt these programmes for the safety environment of sectors such as manufacturing, transport and logistics and agriculture. This is based on our rich understanding of the risk profile unique to each of these sectors.

Although we have some popular core products, we are well known for our fully customised solutions, designed specifically to your organisation and its requirements to resolve particular issues through focusing on skills, knowledge and long-term behavioural shifts.

We start by getting to know your organisation and team. You can be sure the programmes completely support your organisation goals and achieve relevant business results.