Tag: Health and Safety Training

“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 […]…

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Take Care?

Our consultants travel around the country and as you would imagine often spot safety issues that make them pause for thought. Here is how Richard Davison was inspired by a recent train journey: Shortly after getting off a train, and becoming part of the jostling throng full of sharp elbowed commuters, each trying to reach the ticket barrier first, something […]…

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Time to accentuate the positive?

Isn’t it time we focused on the positive side of health and safety/wellbeing at work? If we spend our time warning people that bad things will happen do we simply make it seem inevitable and unavoidable? More time focused on the positive actions that help us create a modern mindful safety approach will inevitably lead to a more engaged workforce. […]…

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The Ken Woodward series

Ken Woodward is an inspirational man, using his own experiences in an effort to save others from harm. The accident Ken suffered at work robbed him of his sight, taste, and smell in a horrific and painful way. He has worked with Lattitude to create three powerful safety films that tell his story, alone or as a set, and that […]…

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