A Health & Safety Roadshow Inspiring Audiences to ACT
our work banner

Our Work

A Health & Safety Roadshow Inspiring Audiences to ACT

A Health & Safety Roadshow Inspiring Audiences to ACT

BACKGROUND
As with any global company Siemens had key health and safety messages to communicate to staff. Primary was approached to deliver this message; to inspire staff to act and be proactive with their approach to safety in the workplace. The message needed to reach silo workers across the UK; teams who face high risk and challenging situations in their everyday working environment.

OBJECTIVE
To facilitate behavioural change to ensure the health and safety in the workplace of all Siemens Windpower employees across the UK. The method of delivery needed to fit with the audience profile and engage with employees in even the most remote locations.

PROGRAMME SUMMARY
Our solution was a roadshow delivery, reaching locations near the main sites. The roadshow ensured staff were aware of the risks involved, and the behaviours and attitudes that are expected.

The event was delivered to 650 people, over 8 Shows, at 5 locations across the UK as far north as Inverness and as south as Lowestoft. Each day consisted of business updates, collaborative sessions looking at the Company HSE culture and an interactive health and safety engagement session. Management encouraged open discussion throughout the event to discover ways to improve staff safety.   

DELIVERABLES:

  • Venue negotiation and logistics management
  • Online registration and delegate management
  • Concept design and implementation
  • Full production including video production
  • Design and supply of all conference technical equipment and staging elements
  • Feedback and measurement


90% excellent feedback score / 92% reduction in lost time incidents during the following 6 months

How Can We Help?

Keep up to date the way you want to!        

Your login details have been used by another user or machine. Login details can only be used once at any one time so you have therefore automatically been logged out. Please contact your sites administrator if you believe this other user or machine has unauthorised access.