Lattitude create and deliver award winning, innovative behavioural safety training because everybody has the right to go home safely.
At Lattitude we understand that no two safety cultures are identical.
Safety Cultures evolve daily. A new procedure, machine or visitor on site can change “normal” in a heartbeat.
We believe that the best way to ensure that evolution is positive is through employee engagement.
Our creative workshops and programmes bring safety to life. Whether it’s through the powerful stories of real accident survivors or the interdependent safety excellence of a group of meerkats in the Kalahari Desert.
Together we can make sure that your safety cultural evolution is a healthy experience for everyone.
People choose to work safely for many different reasons – beliefs, family values, financial benefit, improved job performance and sometimes it’s simply because the rules force them to. Our focus is on trying to help people realise the real benefits of great safety, whatever their motivation. (Plenty more detail here)
Our consultants are all top safety professionals but even more importantly they are top people. We are always open to suggestions but here are a few of the workshops they regularly deliver. (more here).
Our friends are among the world’s most inspiring safety speakers. Their powerful stories are fantastic for all events, leaving an impact that will stay with you forever. (See the whole line-up)
Lattitude Safety On Film
Many thanks to our friend Bruce at Muddy Boot Productions for putting together a great short film highlighting what we do at Lattitude. You can see the end result here:…
“He’s Not The Messiah” – How Interdependent Teamwork Tackles The Them And Us Safety Culture
The Monty Python fans among you will instantly picture the scene from “The Life of Brian” movie. The massed crowd outside their new-found saviour’s ramshackle bedroom window arguing over their individuality with their new “Messiah” Brian and his mother. But it would take a ‘serious’ movie geek to remember the next few lines when in unison the crowd chant […]…