Transformational Thinking Changes Society for Good  ♥ Kia Kaha, New Zealand 

         We live in times of rapid change, information overload, cultural diversity & increasing stress.                                     There is thus greater potential for human factors to lead to unsafe outcomes.                             We believe the key is working to disrupt the way people think to facilitate & enable safe outcomes.                     “Safety is the outcome of a deliberate & considered way of thinking & acting.”  Greg Matten

What's in it For Me
The process of under-going transformational change gifts the following:

 Deeper Sense of Connectedness to Society 

Safe Outcomes both at Work and Play

Long-term Gains in Performance

Enhanced Teamwork

Resilient Mindset

A Better Way

 

 
  Our Cores Services


 Human Factors Affecting Safe Outcomes 

 Engaging with people on the following matters
 that directly affect safe outcomes:  

  Transformational Safe Outcomes Focused Thinking

Effective Communication

Resilient Thinking



Public Speaking Engagements 

Talking about achieving safe outcomes: 

Panel Discussion Participation

On-site Health & Safety Talks

Motivational Talks

Guest Speaking

 

        

Additional  Services 

 Safety Sense Check

Independent assessment and advice to company Board of Directors
 
on areas of vulnerability to focus on
to improve performance. 

 

  

 Independent Safety Investigations
Deep-dive, free-from-bias safety investigations with a focus on human factors and the outcome delivery of
improvement through learning.

Peer review of safety investigations on behalf of interested parties and stakeholders, with a focus on human factors.


                  

 Brainstorming Safety Solutions

 Facilitation of brainstorming to discover sensible solutions 
for complex or sensitive safety-related issues.

Use of E.T.H.O.S* to get the most effective and meaningful value-add safety solutions.   



Independent Safety System Evaluation

Assessment of the effectiveness and appropriateness of the
Health and Safety Management System used by an organisation, in particular relating to
 the human element. 
 



 Independent Data Analysis

 Interpretation of safety indicators that are embedded within the data that your existing systems have so it:

 Filters out ‘noise’ allowing you to direct your time to dealing with the issues that are critical to safety and success. Highlights emerging threats so targeted preventative efforts can be initiated.
Makes sense and allows you to see the ‘forest for the trees’.
Aligns Safety Performance Indicators with E.T.H.O.S.