Safety Under Pressure Training

Taking a proactive approach to safety at all levels of your organisation

All organisations should maintain a healthy level of discomfort when it comes to their safety performance and culture. They should be courageous to challenge any complacent reliance on safety systems by continually asking challenging questions of their leaders and teams. This program is highly tailored, based on your safety systems and your performance data. It enables you to move from a reactive safety approach to a proactive one, at all levels of your organisation. 

SAFETY UNDER PRESSURE TRAINING – 2-Day Workshops

Some of our clients…

Resilience Under Pressure Clients

Kate transformed a group of people that in general, didn’t see themselves as leaders and thought safety was management’s responsibility (not theirs), to a group that were willing and empowered to: take ownership of their personal safety and that of their team’s; not only be accountable, but expected to be held accountable for their team’s safety performance, and; be true leaders and safety role models for their teams. Kate’s ability to engage, entertain, challenge, and motivate a diverse audience ranging from senior managers to hard construction workers, was truly impressive. The investment of 2 days with Kate has given our safety culture the sort of kick start and penetration that would have taken us months, even years, on our own.Mick Gray – Lake Macquarie City Council – Manager City Works

For Leaders, Teams & Individuals

High performing individuals work in an environment that requires them to be safe and perform, regardless of the immediate or long-term pressure they face.

We customise this training for a wide range of high performers from white collar to blue collar, front line to c-suite.

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Flexible Delivery

This program has a range of flexible delivery options, including:

  • Workshops
  • Coaching 
  • Online

Safety Under Pressure Training

Taking a proactive approach to safety at all levels of your organisation

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