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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 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

LeadSafe Leaders

LeadSafe Leaders

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The Leadsafe Leaders programme is targeted at people leaders and project managers of those who would attend the 2 day Leadsafe Supervisors programme. It is designed to provide a common language around the safety step-change and helps managers and leaders be better equipped to support and coach their people.

Duration:

1 day programme 

Who is it for:

Project Managers and Leaders of supervisors

Learning Outcomes

This interactive 1 day programme focuses on the key messages of the 2-day LeadSafe supervisor’s programme and the governance and influencing skills required to lift key safety practices/processes and set the tone for the safety across a broad set of key stakeholders (i.e. local government, Iwi, regional bodies) and drive quality work outcomes that have safety at their core.

Participants will gain skills to be able to:

  •  Describe your role as a proactive safety leader within your area of business
  •  Identify the elements of a strong safety culture
  •  Describe the stages and steps to build and implement a safety culture
  •  Establish a high-level plan to promote wellbeing and lead safety practices within teams
  •  Demonstrate constructive behaviours to be an effective safety leader
  •  Promote the key metrics that measure shift in culture change
  •  Understanding and planning to leverage capability
Choice of format

In-room 

Investment and booking

Please get in touch for more information on Investment and booking 

LeadSafe Supervisors

LeadSafe Supervisors

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The Leadsafe Supervisors programme has been developed specifically to lift the leadership and safety capability of all frontline leaders. It is endorsed by the Construction Health and Safety New Zealand (CHASNZ)

Leadsafe Supervisors is creating a common language and skill set that will lift performance and these skills will lead to a safer and more productive worksite. https://leadsafe.nz/leadsafe-supervisors/

Duration:

2 day classroom based programme

Who is it for:

Team Leaders/Supervisors and those directly managing work in the field or on site

 Learning Outcomes

The aim is to enable coalface leaders and supervisors to embrace a safety culture and what they do on site

everyday to get great work outcomes and take the lead to ensure everyone on site is safe.

 There are 6 module across the two days which will provide your frontline supervisors with the skills to set the tone as a safety leader and covers skill development in:

  1. Lead from the front – Walk the talk. Role model the desired skills, safety attitudes and behaviours required on site – including with sub-contractors
  2. Communicate – Develop good communication skills that will enable them to have effective safety conversations
  3. Influence – Positively influence and rectify inappropriate safety behaviour
  4. Use Safety Systems – Effectively use the safety tools and systems (hazard management, risk identification and assessment, incident investigation) to get better work outcomes
  5. Understand their responsibilities – Clearly understand their roles and responsibilities as a safety leaders and be proactively involved in the management of safety on-site, everyday
  6. Assess risk – Proactively assess safety risks and to drive safe attitudes and working methods

The classroom based learning programme is designed to be highly engaging and interactive to meet the needs of frontline supervisors and is built using the latest adult learning principles that lead to great application back on the job. 

 Choice of format

In-room – as a 2 day block or as 2 x 1 day run over 2 consecutive weeks 

Investment and booking

Please get in touch for more information on Investment and booking 

LeadSafe Essential Skills

LeadSafe Essential Skills

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Essential Skills is an entry-level programme which will help your crew better understand safety and how they can contribute to a safety culture in your business, leading to a safer and more productive worksite.

 This programme has developed specifically with 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 with funding from the Workplace literacy fund.

Duration:

4 x ½ day class room based

Who it is for:

Crews and frontline staff who need to lift their foundation and workplace literacy skills. 

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.The learning has been designed specifically for adult learners and uses an embedded workplace literacy techniques to build confidence and skills. 

 Learning Outcomes

The 4 x ½ days modules are designed to be highly interactive and provide practical tools to apply back on the tools and covers skill development in: 

  • Connecting with Health and Safety at a personal level
  • Having a good attitude towards Health and Safety
  • Speaking up in relation to Health and Safety improvement opportunities and challenges
  • Working with people from a range of backgrounds
  • Understanding important Health and Safety words and signage
  • Understanding Health and Safety responsibilities
  • Actively identify and report more hazards
  • Understanding and use Health and Safety controls
  • Speaking up more at tool-box meetings
 Choice of format

In-room

Investment

Funding is valued at $2,275.00 per eligible* learner.

For a group of 8 eligible learners, this equates to a funding value of $22,000 +GST. (excl Travel and venue costs) 

It is expected that the organization accessing Workplace Literacy funding support make a fair and reasonable contribution to the costs of the development programme.

Learners who are not eligible for Workplace literacy funding can still be enrolled on the programme @ $2,275.00 + GST per learner.

*Eligibility – is defined by The Workplace Literacy Fund as (1) Being New Zealand resident (2) meet the pre assessment criteria of low literacy (3) not being enrolled in any other funding training including Industry training Organisations based qualification. 

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

 Your wellbeing journey

Your wellbeing journey

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Who is it for?

Leaders and their teams who are wanting to increase their wellbeing and build personal resilience to perform better at work

Purpose

This module is designed to support you to increase your wellbeing across three main themes;

  • Body  – Physical wellbeing
  • Mind  – Change your brain change your life
  • Soul – Mental wellbeing
Learning Journey

It is an 8-week learning journey with 4 x 90min live facilitated sessions (MS Teams or Zoom) with self-paced learning to complete between sessions.

The journey builds skills and techniques to manage personal wellbeing and personal resilience, All the learning and material is hosted in a easy to use learning platform. Learners have access to this material for 12 months and can revisit the content and learning at any time.

Learning Outcomes

Learners will develop skills in:

  • Able to explain wellbeing, resilience, and emotional intelligence
  • Understands the importance of rest, nutrition and movement on wellbeing
  • Understands how thoughts affect mood and how thoughts can be modified
  • Has a foundational knowledge of stress, anxiety and depression
  • Able to notice own and others’ wellbeing
  • Understands how wellbeing strategies can be applied within different contexts
  • Know where and how to access further support and resources when needed
Choice of format

Online only

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.