Safety is a huge focus for modern businesses

Top down process driven safety will not achieve the results alone.

Human interactions play a huge role in determining safe actions and the development of a safety culture in an organisation. We can help you develop a safety management system combined with training that empowers workers to act safely.


We have consulted on many different projects including:

  • Operating at Height SOPs – Department of Conservation – 2013
  • Safety Management System – Big Rock Canyons – 2009 & 2013
  • Incident Management and Pre-plans – Antarctica New Zealand – 2008
  • Cave SAR Guide – New Zealand Speleological Society (NZSS) – 2010
  • Incident Management Guidelines – Land SAR, NZ Police – 2006
  • Back Country Technical Rescue Standards – LandSAR – 2004

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Examples of our work

Big Rock Canyons Operating Procedures

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7 ways to make your safety information more engaging for staff.

A few years ago I started up an adventure tourism company. Before we could operate I had to create a safety management plan (for an audit). I spent many days crafting a wonderful plan. Now I needed to get this information into a format that our staff would love to use. It’s easy for the plan to sit in a set of folders on the office wall or on your computer. If you ask staff to read it, then expect a glazed over look. So, how do you make sure this information is in the hands of your staff when the rubber meets the road? You need to have staff buy into implementing safety in your organisation. Here are 7 ways to get you started on engaging your staff with safety management plans.

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