SpringBoard Safety Services (Health and Safety Training and Safety Consultancy)
Behavioural Safety Training
So what is behavioural safety? Behavioural safety can mean many things to different people. For us behavioural safety can perhaps best be described by listing just some of the behaviours that the programme is meant to instil; Employees wearing hearing protection without a single manager in sight. Employees looking out for each other. Line managers taking their legal responsibilities seriously Managers talking constructively about safety with workers Managers of all levels seen to be setting a good example   To achieve some of the above behaviours it is likely that the culture will have to evolve – and that takes time, often 2-3 years, but we have seen some significant changes even within days of a training session from the most unlikely of people!