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Enhancing Workplace Health & Safety via Safety Psychology (Consulting) Interventions.

In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, ensuring the safety and well-being of your employees is paramount. As a responsible organization, you need to proactively address safety concerns to protect your workforce, mitigate risks, and maintain a positive reputation.

While having an internal safety team is essential, the invaluable insights and expertise offered by an experienced consulting Safety Psychologist can elevate your safety program to new heights.


In this persuasive argument, we will explore the numerous benefits of employing an external consulting safety psychologist and highlight why it is a wise investment for any organization.

  1. Unbiased Evaluation: External consulting safety psychologists bring an unbiased perspective to the table. They are not influenced by internal politics or preconceived notions, allowing them to provide an impartial evaluation of your safety protocols. By objectively assessing your organization’s safety practices, procedures, and culture, they can identify potential blind spots, inefficiencies, and areas for improvement that may have been overlooked internally. This objective analysis leads to more effective safety measures and a robust safety culture.
  2. Specialized Expertise: Consulting safety psychologists are experts in their field, equipped with extensive knowledge, training, and experience in a wide range of industries and safety regulations. They stay updated on the latest best practices, emerging trends, and regulatory requirements. By leveraging their specialized expertise, you can tap into a wealth of knowledge that may not be readily available within your organization. Whether it’s risk assessments, hazard identification, compliance audits, or safety program development, external consultants can provide valuable guidance tailored to your specific industry and organizational needs.
  3. Cost-Effective Solutions: While some organizations may hesitate to allocate funds for external consultants, they often fail to consider the potential long-term cost savings associated with their expertise. By identifying and addressing safety issues before they escalate, consultants can help prevent workplace accidents, injuries, and legal liabilities. The financial burden of compensation claims, fines, legal battles, and damage to your reputation can far outweigh the investment in a safety consultant. By proactively managing risks, you can protect your employees, assets, and bottom line.
  4. Flexibility and Scalability: Safety needs within an organization may vary over time. External safety consultants provide the flexibility to scale their services based on your specific requirements. Whether you need short-term support for a specific project or long-term assistance to develop and maintain a comprehensive safety program, consultants can adapt to your evolving needs. They can provide additional resources during peak periods, guide you through regulatory changes, and ensure ongoing compliance, all while minimizing disruption to your internal operations.
  5. Enhanced Employee Engagement and Culture: Creating a strong safety culture is vital for any organization. External consulting safety psychologists can collaborate with your internal safety team to develop and implement strategies that foster employee engagement and participation. They can conduct training sessions, workshops, and awareness campaigns that empower your employees to take ownership of their safety and become safety advocates within the organization. By emphasizing safety as a core value, you can cultivate a positive work environment, boost morale, and increase productivity.

Conclusion: In today’s safety-conscious world, organizations must prioritize the well-being of their employees. Employing an external consulting safety psychologist is a strategic move that brings objectivity, highyl specialized expertise, cost-effective solutions, flexibility, and an enhanced safety culture to your organization. By harnessing the power of specialized external knowledge, you can create a safer workplace, mitigate risks, and protect both your employees and your organization’s future. Investing in an external safety psychologist is a proactive step towards long-term success, reputation, and sustainability in today’s complex business landscape.

We are confident that we can develop a consulting solution to your needs.

In over twenty-five (25+) years of direct service provision David has always been able to develop an integrated solution that has served the goals and objectives of a large and diverse client base. Transformational Safety looks forward to continuing the development of global partnerships for the betterment of safety throughout the World.

Feel free to contact us at any time and we shall explore a solution unique to your requirements.

BTW, I came across these guys some time ago. If you are looking for safety consulting services in North America you can’t go wrong. They clearly have an appreciation of the importance of understanding how psychology can influence safety culture and decision making. To have a look at their take on safety consulting click here.

Of course if you are looking to see through the unique lens of a consulting Safety Psychologist then Transformational Safety is where you need to be.


“Most organizations operate in failure states and that just remains invisible because bad stuff is not happening. We might call that the ‘normalization of deviance’ and, make no mistake, it will kill.”

David G Broadbent

Safety Psychologist, Transformational Safety

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Ricky, Atlanta

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“I was fortunate to attend Transformational Safety’s Anatomies of Disaster Program. This was amongst the most powerful two days I have ever spent in a room. From the outset David Broadbent set the scene by dedicating the program to the late Rick Rescorla – the man who is credited with saving over 2700 lives on 9/11. Throughout the two days David would often respectively reflect and remember those who had died, or been injured, in the disasters we explored. He would say, and I will never forget, “…we must always remember those that lost their lives lift us up into the light of understanding”. I learnt so much. HRO, Resilience Engineering, Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) and more. Those of us who were there are still talking about it…… Thankyou David

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