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  • We offer advice to businesses, with the aim of helping them to manage their Health and Safety risks.
  • Businesses will be able to get help with Safety Management Systems, ISO 18001, and Auditing
  • Businesses will be able to get best practices and research papers on different subjects in safety.
  • We help safety professionals stay on top of their games

We advice businesses on how to control risks at work, we provide advice that help businesses to identify, assess and control common risks in the workplace. We offer practical advice, tools and case studies.  If you work in a low risk office-based environment, consider using our simplified risk assessment tool. Alternatively, if you have another business, we provide example risk assessments for workplaces, including Dry Cleaners, Estate Agents and Hair Dressers.

However, if you are not confident of your ability to manage all Health and Safety in-house; or you need to know that what you are doing is necessary, sensible and proportionate for your business, you may require a session with our specialists. Our specialists are qualified with experience.

Health & Safety doesn’t have to be complicated – We help you to apply sensible Risk management. Whether you’re a small business, a large corporation or have multiple sites across the country we can provide you with the exact level of support you need.

We can create a solution that is designed to suit you – giving you peace of mind that when it comes to health & safety – you’re complaint!

Our pro-active approach to ensuring your business remains complaint provides you with complete peace of mind, which allows you to carry on with what you do best; running your business.

Executive safety coaching for Senior Managers.

We help Safety Managers achieve their organizational safety goals. Safety Coaching is not a normal safety consultancy. We approach the leadership and management of safety differently.

We strongly believe in building the key skills of your people through coaching and mentoring techniques in order so you can deliver safety results through your own management team consistently and effectively.

We also believe that, strong interpersonal skills of the people involved in the delivery of your safety culture improvements,  is essential in order to communicate and influence key decision-makers.

Supervisory coaching.

Supervisory coaching is an effective intervention for a number of reasons. First, supervisors hold a position of significant influence in many organizations. Enhancing their skills quickly impacts the workplace due to their direct contact with work on a daily basis. Second, supervisors are often hungry for the skills they need. Unfortunately, most have been promoted up through the ranks with insufficient training. When they receive the training and recognize its value, they tend to put it to use immediately with good results. Third, workers look up to the supervisors to understand the priority of safety in the organization. Supervisors who demonstrate the importance of safety through constant and effective coaching set a level of expectations for safety effort that often provides early and sustainable results.

Safety coaching for individuals.

Often, technically competent professionals in safety-critical roles – even leaders – lack the confidence to influence and improve workplace safety or lead safety behavior initiatives.

The focus of our individual safety coaching is therefore on empowerment. It’s all about engaging individuals with your organisation’s safety culture through the development of their own action plan, which in turn promotes ‘buy in’ and accountability for driving improvements.

Safety coaching workshops for teams.

When working with teams, our safety coaching consultants use the “Team Safety Attributes Report tool” to guide a workshop session. The tool provide reports that identify overall team strengths, potential development areas and practical development suggestions.

We use an action-oriented approach that engages team members in the development of a safety action plan, enabling their team to:

  • Understand their team’s strengths and development areas.
  • Understand critical safety behaviors and safety procedures linked to safe working cultures.
  • Set goals to improve their safety behavior.
  • Improve their safety culture through rapid-results projects.
  • Implement sustained safety behavioral change.
  • Take ownership of their safety behavior and the behavior of others.