Training Films

Safety By Numbers

James Gorry   [text-slider] Health and safety at work is often viewed as a set of statistics and numbers, but what numbers make an accident? What numbers represent the cold reality of lives ruined by a workplace accident? James Gorry was the owner of a successful construction company with 30 [...]

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Mission Possible – A Squirrel’s Tale

Learning self preservation from nature’s experts   * A survivors’ guide for independent and lone workers * Dynamic risk assessment for everyone * Tackling risk in new and emerging situations A short hairy acrobat taught me everything I know about lone worker safety. You can [...]

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The Diary – Ken Woodward

If you know anyone who needs convincing about safety, this is the film. There are more than 800,000 accidents on an average day. This poignant film tells the story of just one. In [...]

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All For One – The Meerkat Way

Beautifully filmed and packed with insight - on everything from teamwork and inter-dependence to the safety instinct, the importance of communication and continuous improvement. This comprehensive package is designed to change or reawaken the way we feel about safety- and help inspire a cultural step [...]

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Hindsight – The Official Ken Woodward Story

Hindsight tells Ken's story in his own words as well as those of the people most affected by his accident: his wife and his colleagues. "It's easy. Just mix these two chemicals together, Ken." This is the story of one man, his family and his [...]

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Giants of Leadership – The Nature of Safety

WINNER: FIRST PRIZE AT THE 2011 WORLD CONGRESS ON SAFETY AND HEALTH AT WORK Leadership is the secret ingredient of every great safety culture... Not just the kind of leadership that comes from above, but the kind [...]

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It Will Never Happen To Me [Jennifer Deeney]

It Will Never Happen To Me is a safety training programme that changes attitudes. Jennifer and Kieron Deeney were a young, newly married couple, looking forward to starting [...]

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Shutdown

For a business, for its people, a single accident can be devastating It's a business that's ticking along quite nicely, starting to make decent money and we've got a good working crew there, says Toby Hill. Suddenly, literally overnight, the place is gone.

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BBC Disaster Workshop Series

// Making sure employees understand the importance of safety management is crucial for any organisation. But trying to find a truly captivating anecdote as to why it's needed often leaves us facing awkward questions in the training room... This newly adapted series employs some of the world's most [...]

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Mindful Leadership – With References To BP Texas City

Professor Andrew Hopkins identifies the key aspects of 'Mindful Leadership' and illustrates how lapses in leadership contributed to the BP Texas City disaster. Leadership is important because it is the leaders of an organisation who determine [...]

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Mindful Leadership – Communication Skills

Professor Andrew Hopkins focuses specifically on the communication skills of safety leaders. Mindful Leaders are acutely aware that the best of systems can fail, even though auditors might be reassuring them that all is well. They know that they need [...]

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The Climber’s Attitude

On the face of it you would struggle to imagine a more dangerous sport than rock climbing. The reality is somewhat different with far fewer accidents than you might think. In fact rock climbing has a long established safety record that is based on [...]

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Lessons From A Blind School [Ken Woodward]

Since the accident that deprived him of three of his five senses, Ken Woodward has become an inspirational consultant and educator on health and safety issues. Ken's films have also inspired thousands to take a step back, think about the way they work and [...]

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Falling Dominos of Macondo – A Failure of Defence in Depth

Professor Andrew Hopkins analyses the failure of the barriers that should have prevented the Macondo blowout in the Gulf of Mexico in this safety training video. In examining why they failed, Hopkins looks at how independent the barriers were, or rather, how interdependent they actually are. The barriers behaved like falling [...]

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Macondo Blowout – The Human and Organisational Causes

Professor Andrew Hopkins identifies barriers that failed to prevent the disaster and, more importantly, the human and organisational causes of the barrier failures in this safety training video. In the Macondo Blowout - Human and Organisational Causes safety training DVD Hopkins analyses the organisational factors that contributed to poor engineering decisions [...]

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Preventing Disaster: Learning From Longford

In this workshop pack, Prof. Hopkins' ground breaking analysis of the Esso Longford Gas Plant explosion provides a detailed case study of how the eleven key contributory elements of the safety chain are crucial to spotting weaknesses in the OH&S [...]

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Creating A Mindful Organisation (Prof. Andrew Hopkins)

Organisational culture is one of the key reasons why companies fail to recognise the warning signs prior to workplace accidents. This workshop has been designed to help management address the shortfalls of traditional organisational mindsets. At the conclusion of this program attendees will have the [...]

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One For All – Teamwork The Meerkat Way (HR Training)

The most powerful success factor for any organisation is how well its people work together. But bringing this idea to life for your people can fall flat, sounding like the same tired truisms. All for one is a new film that blasts through the [...]

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Mary’s Message

It provides a unique insight into the consequences of a workplace tragedy and the impact it has on the surviving family. Mary's Message is the story of a workplace incident that was preventable. When Mary's husband John died as a result of a workplace accident, [...]

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