Just a few businesses we have supported
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The learning and development of your people is, in our opinion, the most critical function within your business. The key functions within the business continue to be people centric. Within the "safety world" that is even more so. Proponents of behavioural safety systems argue that over ninety percent (90%) of accidents can be directly attributed to a human element. Whilst we at TransformationalSafety.Com argue that such is a very simplistic amplification of the reality; we still acknowledge that the human element is often the most significant influencing variable within the accident causation sequence. What this means is clearly that we need to ensure that our people, and therefore our workplace systems, are fully aware, cognisant and adept at recognising the myriad of workplace issues etc that might contribute to flaws/fractures within the resident safety systems.
TransformationalSafety.Com often finds that businesses sadly see learning and development as a discretionary spend when times are good. Oh.... how so short sighted and downright dangerous! It is at times such has occurred during the last year or so where the need to ensure a consistent reinforcing learning and development plan designed around your safety factors is even more critical. We know that during times of both personal and occupational uncertainty people "drift" for all sorts of associated reasons. This is the last thing you want your people doing; particularly in the middle of a high risk procedure. Or, even more scary (and likely) within a low risk task that is a component of a high risk process - that is a disaster waiting to happen. So what we know is that learning and development may need to be better focused during difficult times, no argument from me there, though it certainly should not be seen as "discretionary"!
TransformationalSafety.Com has a lengthy history of developing and delivering bespoke safety learning and development modules/programs that have a track record of success. This is because we provide something that, to the best of our knowledge, no other safety consultancy provides throughout the world. At the conclusion of every intervention the TransformationalSafety.Com facilitator makes a compact with the participants. For a period on three months following the intervention ALL participants have unrestricted access to the facilitator in order to assist each and every participant develop and integrate their learning's within their own world. This is unprecedented and goes a long way to avoiding the trap of what we have called the "One Hit Wonder" training course. You know what they are, you have probably attended more than a few in your time. They are where you take off somewhere for a day or two in an artificial environment and learn all the "good stuff". Think of it as having been given the "Keys to the City". Anyway after the course you leave the flash resort and return to the "City". Guess what? You put your new key in the door and it does not fit? TransformationalSafety.Com's three (3) month compact goes a long way to making sure that your keys do fit.
TransformationalSafety.Com firmly supports the position that we are just a small cog in a dynamic mechanism of lifelong learning. To that end we strongly encourage all our participants to develop a view that they are always learning, and we never learn enough.
Some examples of programs developed and implemented for our clients are:-
|The Manual Handling Operational Handbook - Key Factors and Risk Mitigation|
|Traumatic Workplace Injuries - Psychological Care in the Workplace|
|Essential Supervision Skills for the "New Guy" - Adding a Safety Flavour|
|Managing Stress in the Workplace - Recognising the "signs" and avoiding the "Lemming Effect"|
|The Corridor Coach - How to implement the GROWE safety coaching model within the fabric of business|
These are just a few of our more recent Learning and development interventions, all have a safety related metaphor within the structure. In many cases our learning and development interventions are designed specifically for our client from our wealth of experience and extensive internal library of resources. All course development is provided Pro Bono. Our goal is always to "exceed expectations" and provide a memorable, effective and sustained learning experience for all our participants.
Make the time to talk to us about your needs. I am sure TransformationalSafety.Com shall be able to develop a learning and development strategy that shall deliver those needs, and more.
Thirty two years since Bhopal, thirty years since Chernobyl, twenty eight since Piper Alpha and what have we learned?
Not much. After all, we have seen Texas City, Macondo, the Soma mine collapse, the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster, and the list just goes on - all in the last ten years or so. Clearly what we have been doing has not been working.
The time has come to take some real responsibility, and put some science back into safety. The time has come to transform your safety culture. The cost of not doing anything shall be further death and injury.