Everyone who leaves for work in the morning should expect to return home at night in good health. A serious workplace injury or death changes lives forever – for families, friends, communities, coworkers and organisations. Returning home to the people you love is the most important reason to create a safe workplace.
Safety Dimensions is the largest provider of 10604NAT Certificate IV in Safety Leadership (WHS) – Construction in Australia and one of the top providers of safety leadership and behavioural and values based training in the safety sector.
Our services encompass consulting, coaching, training and embedding.
Who we work with
We partner with construction, manufacturing, agriculture, mining, utilities, transport, infrastructure, services and FMCG organisations to develop tailored programs that target safety leadership behaviours and deliver tangible, sustainable results. We also work with all levels of government and the not-for-profit sector.
How we work
A strong culture of safety, where everyone takes personal ownership and accountability for safety, goes a long way towards reducing the number of workplace incidences. Our clients work with us because we have the expertise to help them transform their safety cultures and reduce their organisational risk.
Current research into the neuroscience behind human behaviours, choices and work habits is providing great insight which, when coupled with skills-based training, can lead to significant leaps forward in the effectiveness of leaders.
Safety Dimensions makes this science simple, using it to impart practical skills that all leaders need to influence, communicate and ensure lasting commitment from their teams.
- Our clients see the return on investment in the thinking and behavioural change of their people.
- We are adaptable and flexible, able to scale up to meet peaks in demand for our services.
- Finally, because of our extensive industry experience, we deliver a high quality solution at low risk to our clients.
We believe that everyone is a safety leader – not just those with safety in their job title. To create this culture, a major focus of our safety training is linking an individual’s personal values to the values of their employer organisation so that both benefit. We ask participants to think about how an incident could affect them now – and in the future.
Safety Dimensions focuses on helping employees understand where they fit into the safety picture, what is expected of them and then providing them with the skills and knowledge to achieve what is expected.
Increasingly, prioritising safety in their workplace offers those organisations a direct competitive advantage. The opportunity to be considered for major projects and tenders relies in part on having a strong safety record.
“What is simple to understand, will be remembered
What is remembered, will be used
What is used, will be retained
What is retained, will change behaviour.”