Lessons learned from Michael's death can be applied across many different industries and trades.
Michael's Story has been told to a range of audiences for a variety of purposes, including:
Senior Management Audiences
To a Board of Directors during a health and safety strategy day.
During a workshop in which health and safety roles and responsibilities were reinforced.
At a group health and safety conference of a multinational corporation.
In Cologne to the Board of a global corporation.
To reinforce the importance of safe isolation during roll-out of new tag-out/lock-out processes.
During presentations on dynamic commissioning risks and high voltage working on one of the largest engineering projects being carried out in the UK.
As part of a site director's quarterly update to more than 1000 staff of a major drinks manufacturer, where health and safety is always his top message.
As the focus of European health and safety week presentations to a cross-section of the workforce at a major Scottish power station.
During return to work briefings at one of the largest manufacturing sites in the UK.
At a safety standdown for the whole workforce on the UK's biggest road construction project.
Prior to a number of safety shutdowns, reinforcing the message that the number one priority is to complete the shutdown safely.
Trade Union Audiences
To members during City & Guilds 2395-01 Inspection & Testing classes.
As part of an apprentice forum organised by a trade union, bringing together apprentices from across the UK.
Contact Louise to discuss how Michael's Story could help contribute to improved safety within your workplace.