Unless you positively change the operational behaviour of your employees, your LTIFRs, KPIs, HPIs, VFLs and anything else that is dependent on your operational staff other than your equipment will remain disappointing. As such, Grashyo Health & Safety has designed the never-seen-before creative and effective service to combat the proposed disappointment.
This is an LFI (Learning From Incidents) keynote address, which has been running successfully for the past six years, designed to overcome safety tragedies that keep fluctuating with negativity. This is achieved through our Heart-to-Heart method, where the ex-victim of the tragedy delivering a keynote address shares the consequences of being a victim of an incident in the workplace.
Operational Safety Excellence (OSE)
Having not moved from our core business, which is Operational Behaviour, we are proud to introduce a model that recognizes the blind spot that causes workplace incidents. . . THE HEART. The method used to achieve the proposed Operational Safety Excellence (OSE) is Safety Brand Ambassador. Here, physical appearances on your site, articles, bulk-SMSs, posters, and videos of Mdu Mathenjwa, who is the victim of workplace incident are introduced to your staff members.
As an ingredient to your safety procedures and processes, we guarantee to build responsible operators in your organization, minimising forced efforts. The program has been carefully designed to:
- Increase colleague-to-colleague positive workplace influence
- Reinforce and Promote Work Culture (depending on the organisation)
- Building responsible operators
- Promoting Injury/Incident prevention Behaviour
Our activities are designed to connect Supervisors and Operators to attain the desired production while they remain conscious about safety in the workplace. WCL is an activity-based program that performs wonders for staff in terms of safety being a lifestyle.
Understanding that work culture differs, depending on the organisation, Grashyo Health & Safety tailor-makes the activities accordingly. The activities are designed to cover, not limited to the following: –
- Safe Production
- Sections 22 and 23 of OHS Act
- Leadership – Everyone is a leader when it comes to safety
- Personal Emotions
- Responsibility Dynamics
- Critical Controls
- Fatigue Reporting