At Fusion Safety, we assist organisations in creating a people-focused strategy to build capability through competency. We often see a need for organisations to build employee competency not only in technical areas of safety but in safety leadership as well. Technical competency gaps are filled through a deep dive into the organisation’s current capabilities, identifying areas that need support or focus. From this deep dive, a strategy to fill the competency gap is suggested, based on the number of staff, the complexity of risk, and the nature of the business. Some competency gaps can be closed simply through the creation of online or face-to-face training modules, while other, more complex situations may require the creation of a “Centre of Excellence” (as seen in these photos). At Fusion Safety, we do both.
The Hero Code Project helps organisations develop safety leadership competency at all levels of leadership.
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