You may have heard it said that you manage things, and lead people. If we bring this thinking into the world of safety, then the saying could look something like this:
“You manage health and safety compliance, but you lead and empower a safety culture.”
Our approach to safety is different and is based on the premise that to achieve better safety outcomes, safety needs to move beyond something we do and become ingrained in the DNA of the organisation.
Safety isn’t about beating the compliance drum, rather, a high-performance safety culture is achieved when everyone understands their role as a safety leader and the impact they can have on driving a high-performance safety culture, no matter their position in the company. Ownership and accountability is key – everyone is responsible for and impacts safety every day.
We don’t talk about what goes wrong. We talk a lot about what things look like when safety is done well – what great leadership, great safety conversations, and great safety culture look like.
We believe that if we can change the narrative around safety and focus on achieving great outcomes every day, the language and conversations around safety changes.
Our practical safety Leadership programmes are designed based on the internationally accredited High Performance Learning Journey® methodology to build robust and effective learning.
We utilise the latest thinking in adult learning principles to make the learning relevant and effective for your people.
The Key purpose of this 1 day workshop is to provide a common safety language around the safety step-change and help managers and leaders be better equipped to support and coach their people.
Target audience – People Leaders and Project Managers of those who would attend the 2-day Leadsafe Supervisors programme.
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LeadSafe Supervisors has been developed specifically to meet the needs of the construction and infrastructure industry, to lift the leadership and safety capability of all frontline leaders. It is endorsed by Construction Health and Safety New Zealand (CHASNZ) as the new benchmark in construction for supervisors, creating a common language and skill set that will lift our performance as an industry.
The Key purpose of this 2 day programme 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.
Target audience – Coalface supervisors and those leading crews within the construction and infrastructure industry.
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The Key purpose of this 4 day entry-level skills programme is to 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. It is designed 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 is supported with funding from the Workplace literacy fund
Target audience – Crews and frontline staff who need to lift their foundation and workplace literacy skills* and for frontline staff who have not yet been able to achieve ConstructSafe Foundation competency assessment.
*Workplace literacy funding support available
Our programmes engage hearts and minds, and connect people with their ‘why’, to raise resilience and wellbeing for your people.
We are well known for our fully tailored Safety training programmes. They are designed just for your organisation, to resolve your particular safety leadership and safety capability challenges by focusing on skills, knowledge and long-term behavioural shifts.
We have a library of safety leadership content and learning IP that we can weave into your programme and can suggest a range of delivery modes depending on your needs and people.