Learn proven concepts for reducing injuries, maintaining low injury rates, increasing safety awareness and continually making your workplace safer.

Everyone knows that keeping your mind on task and eyes on task is important – whether you are operating a crane or kicking a ball or driving a car. So why would you need to train employees how to do it?

To drive your organisation’s rate of personal injury and error down, you must first understand the root causes behind mistakes and errors. Telling employees to "be careful" or "pay more attention" is not enough. Employees need tools which will teach them how to keep safety in mind – even when they are pressured by production quotas.

Workplace Safety Awarenes

SafeStart® consists of five modules. Each takes approximately 90 minutes. Ideally, the modules are conducted one week or two weeks apart. Each consists of a video segment, a question and answer workbook, another video segment and a table group discussion.
  • Unit #1 - Introduction and Overview
  • Unit #2 - Eyes on Task, Mind on Task
  • Unit #3 - Line-of-Fire, Balance/Traction/Grip
  • Unit #4 - Rushing, Frustration, Fatigue & Complacency
  • Unit #5 - Putting it All Together (Summary)

About the Author

Larry Wilson
Author, SafeStart®

Larry Wilson is a frequent speaker at health and safety conferences around the world. His entertaining anecdotes and unique perspectives come from the practical experience of personally assisting more than 500 companies with implementing behaviour-based safety processes. On the road 150 days per year for more than 20 years, he has more practical experience – more companies, more places, and more industries – than possibly anyone else in the field. As the author of SafeStart®, Larry has compiled his years of experience into a common sense approach to working safely both on and off the job.

SafeStart® - Taking safety beyond compliance and beyond the workplace by building safety awareness skills

More than 8,000 sites worldwide have implemented SafeStart® with consistent reports of significant injury reductions – both at work and at home – as employees understand how four dangerous states lead to four critical errors.