Behavioural safety experts
Take the next step in reducing injury rates. We can help you move towards a world-class safety culture using behavioural techniques.
Lattitude’s experts can help you take the next step in improving your safety performance. We offer:
- Professional advice and guidance on advancing your organisation towards a world-class safety culture
- Assessment and measurement of your current safety culture and tools for continual improvement
- Training in behavioural safety tailored specifically to your organisation
- Training in leadership and teamworking, to stimulate culture change
- Support for Health and Safety professionals implementing change programmes and developing world-class safety cultures
Take the next step… find out more about Behavioural safety
- Putting the common sense back into safety
Inaccurate media portrayal of Health and Safety red-tape contributes to misconceptions of how to sensibly manage risk. But good behavioural safety training can help people adopt a common sense approach, and tackle any tasks safely. I often hear people claim that Read more...
- 10 reasons why good safety = good business
Investment in Health & Safety is critical to business success. Without it, both the financial and human costs could prove to be terminal. As our Prime Minister insists that Health & Safety is an albatross around the neck of business Read more...
- When an error is not an error…
If we are going to learn from the tragedy of the Costa Concordia, the cruise ship that ran aground off the Italian coast, we have to be brutally honest. While investigations continue we should keep an open mind about the possible Read more...
- Behavioural safety taster sessions
We understand that before you commit to a change in the way you approach safety, you may need more information or you may need help in convincing colleagues. That's why we offer a free (subject to availability) two-hour taster session. But Read more...
- Why your accident frequency rate isn’t just a number
An accident frequency rate of 3 seems likes it's close to zero but actually it means everyone in your organisation (on average) is going to be injured three times in their working lives. The recent release of occupational injury and ill Read more...