Our Safe Production Culture Maturity Model provides the most comprehensive, modern and evidence-based view of cultural maturity. We are the global leaders at providing a holistic view of Safe Production. Our evidence-based approach is the most likely to deliver business outcomes that improve safety while also improving operational performance.
Our Safe Production Culture Model relies on 16 dimensions to fully understand the drivers and improvement levers of Safe Production. These dimensions fall under 4 core categories: STRATEGIC (organizational decision-making & direction), STRUCTURAL (physical, institutional and work environment), INTERPERSONAL (interactions between individuals), and INTRAPERSONAL (thoughts, feelings and internally focused).
Our approach is anchored in the deep-rooted importance and interconnectedness of Mindset, Behavior and System to improve the Predictability of Safety results and more importantly to reduce Serious Injuries and Fatalities (SIF) and ultimately drive towards a vision of Zero Harm. We understand that to produce long-term enduring results, organizations need to simultaneously act on all three dimensions. Most approaches focus solely on one of these dimensions and ignore the interconnectedness.
While most assessments rely heavily on lengthy perception-based surveys, our research has found these to be highly unreliable and insufficient to inform strategy. Our structured assessments mostly rely on interviews, focus groups, and onsite observations. Short perception surveys fill in the gaps. This has consistently delivered more actionable findings, increased accuracy, and employee buy-in.
Our assessments aren't designed to identify just findings, but rather to develop executable strategies that lead to meaningful change. This has been designed into our methods, models, and most importantly in the composition of our advisory teams. We always combine our deep knowledge of brain science and psychology with expertise in Organizational Change, Strategy Development, and Communication Strategy and most importantly real-world operational expertise. This leads to executable change and real results.