While OSHA requires employers to provide safety-related training to employees exposed to job hazards, technical safety training alone is insufficient for establishing a world-class safety culture.
Everyone in your organization has a role to play in building and sustaining a positive safety culture. ADI’s safety training prepares employees at all levels of the organization to be proactively engaged in safety. These workshops do not merely build general safety awareness: They develop skills and provide a process for motivating safety-related behaviors. ADI and the host organization expect participants to begin applying what they have learned immediately after the training. ADI is there to guide and reinforce this transfer of training as part of the overall safety improvement effort.
Behavioral Science Approach
All our workshops establish a foundation of behavioral knowledge and how it applies to safe and at-risk behavior. Every organization has a baseline safety performance on which to build and improve. We help participants recognize the safe behavior and safety-conscious decision making that happens every day, rather than focusing only on audits and at-risk behavior. With an understanding of how the work environment can prompt and reinforce at-risk behavior, our training participants learn behaviorally-sound tools and methods for motivating safe behavior even when at-risk behaviors might be faster and easier.
Our science-based safety management practices can be directed toward your safety priorities and fine-tuned based on your organizational constraints. Whether the maturity level of your safety culture is rudimentary or high-performing, we will focus our training on whatever behavior change you need to progress on your safety journey.
ADI offers Safety Leadership, Supervisor's Guide to Safety Leadership, and two levels of Behavior-Based Safety workshops (BBS Prime® and BBS Quick Launch®).