The SAFE-T-TRAIN© Process
Training programs for workplace safety are an investment that organizations cannot afford to overlook. By prioritizing employee training, organizations demonstrate their commitment to creating a secure work environment, enhancing employee well-being, and protecting their bottom line. Comprehensive training fosters a culture of safety, equips employees with the necessary skills and knowledge to prevent accidents, and ensures compliance with regulations. Ultimately, a well-trained workforce is the cornerstone of a safe and successful organization.
Transformational Safety® holds firmly to the view that any effective psycho-behavioural safety management system must involve continuous training in the workplace safety procedures that employees are expected to follow – these might be called Principles of Operation.
Further to that operational training, Transformational Safety® ensures that all employees receive developmental training in the competencies associated with the application of the Transformational Safety® Leadership Model. At the operator level we refer to this as Transformational Communication.
In actual fact the “T” that you find referenced in all the SAFE-T-SOS© Psycho-Behavioural Technologies modules refer specifically to the application of the Transformational Safety® Leadership (TSL) competencies within the underlying framework of the System itself. It is the integration of the Transformational Safety® Model within the SAFE-T-SOS© Psycho-Behavioural System that adds a level of pro-active discretionary safety behaviour within the safety system itself
“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.”
“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