Compliance training: it's time to shake things up!


Did you know that…?

  • 29.3m workdays were lost last year due to work-related ill-health or injury
  • Convenience stores fail 1-in-6 age ID tests
  • 1-in-10 London food venues require food hygiene improvements 


How are we still getting the basic so wrong?!

Perhaps it's time to shake things up. It’s time for some more 'disruptive' compliance training. For too long health & safety and compliance training has been a tick-box exercise for many. We either read a manual, then it gathers dust on a shelf. Or perhaps we have some 'click next' online training which we must endure. But if organisations are really serious about influencing their employees' mind-set and change behaviour (and protecting their staff, customers and reputation) then it's surely time to do things a little differently.

Training should be about active learning, engaging the employee and yes, maybe, it should be disruptiveBy surprising, engaging and challenging our teams we can change their mind-set, give them the tools and skills to think for themselves and do the right thing. That, I believe, is how we truly make safer and stronger and more competitive organisations.

Head of Learning at Bolt, Luke Merrick, has revealed his secrets to effective, high-impact, disruptive training - you can click on the link to find out more!

Bolt Learning offers online training modules which actually change mind-set and behaviour, a number of which, we are delighted to say, have been accredited by the RoSPA – contact us for more details.

Source: Health & Safety Executive, Serve Legal, GMB London.