Program Delivery Options.
We partner with clients to enhance how individuals and teams in their organisation communicate and collaborate to improve the safety of work.
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”
Margaret Mead, Anthropologist
Enhancing the safety of work often requires an integrated approach to developing individual, team and organisational capabilities in work organisation, planning and execution.
Why chose a custom corporate program.
Our custom corporate programs focus on building aligned teams of safety professionals and operational leaders who learn together; develop community, capability and confidence; and work together to deliver sustainable performance improvements. These are essential steps towards reaching a tipping point of committed individuals who support and reinforce change efforts.
Why chose an open program.
Our open programs are an opportunity for people from organisations operating within a single country to gain access to a globally diverse cohort and benefit from a world class education.
Our clients choose the delivery option that best suits their context.
Custom ASPP Program
Siemens is a company that has been at the forefront of innovation for the last 175 years. With its deep domain know how in Factory-, Building-, Rail- and Grid Automation, Siemens enables the digital transformation for its customers, connecting the real world with the digital world and “transforming the everyday”. They were the first company to partner with Safety Futures on an in-house ASPP program for their global EHS organisation. More than 70 people from over 20 countries created connection, community, alignment, and a capability uplift in shaping healthy and safe work systems for the digital age as well as enable delivery of a Siemens global commitment to reduce incidents by 30% by 2025.
Open ASPP and SLSM Programs
Having experienced a number of serious safety incidents, Tronox, a leading a Global mining and mineral processing company initiated a 4 year operational and safety improvement strategy to deliver on their vision of safe, quality, low cost, sustainable tonnes. A central pillar in their SHE strategy was to enhance the capabilities of their SHEQ Professionals as well as the operational safety capabilities of their frontline leaders. They partnered with Safety Futures and over a 2 year period more than 300 leaders have participated on either the ASPP or SLSM programs. Nearing the end of the initial capability enhancement efforts, the organisation is experiencing their best ever safety and operational performance at sites that have had a critical mass of leaders through the program. Other benefits include a strengthening in the relationships, partnering and alignment between the SHEQ and the operational parts of the company.
Open SLSM Program
Link Alliance comprises seven local and international companies working together to deliver Auckland’s City Rail Link project. There was a need to introduce consistent operational safety standards and as part of the actions to achieve these, Link Alliance partnered with Safety Futures to enhance the safety leadership capabilities of their frontline leaders through the SLSM program. Over an extended period of time, groups of Link Alliance leaders joined consecutive public programs. This resulted in the emergence of a shared operational safety language, shared values and clearly understood performance expectations which were then further reinforced as each subsequent cohort returned to the workplace. Operational and safety performance continues to improve as the tools introduced through SLSM gain further traction.
Seadrill partnered with Safety Futures to develop the first of its kind, action learning based leadership program, designed to be virtually delivered to personnel on offshore installations during their standard work rotations. The program was constructed to purposefully integrate our front-line leaders’ existing knowledge of internal systems and processes with new methods and techniques that were applied during their normal work routines. We ran pilot classes on two Seadrill rigs in the Western Hemisphere across a multi-cultured spectrum of participants with varying levels of leadership. The courses were incredibly well received and resulted in a paradigm shift in terms of their collective ability to lead safe and efficient operations, consistently and persistently. The custom SLSM program is now being implemented across the entire Seadrill offshore fleet and opportunities to further embed the training with their global shore-based management teams are also being evaluated.