Safety Improvement Services

Our multiyear study of the safety records/logs and psychometric screening in four different industries  produced the landmark study: The Safe & Repeat Incident Employee. 

The resulting whitepaper identified 12 unique motivational traits that differentiate these two categories. From that study the Quality of Motivation Safety and Risk Index was created and now serves as the only psychometric tool of its kind. This state of the art approach redefines risk reduction by focusing on what really matters – people. While the safety industry has identified environmental issues extremely well, the real attention must be focused on the mindset of the people causing or allowing accidents to occur. 

I must comment on your intervention processes and their results. I watched while your methods produced double digit productivity and sales increases as well as a safer working environment and culture. I perceived that people’s lives took a new and better turn as they sat through LifeThrive training.
— Chuck Edwards | Florida Department of Labor and Employment Security, Division of Safety

Safety Intervention, Training and Certification 

This full 5 phase program identifies the specific needs and challenges faced by the client organization. Risk analysis is categorized and classified by LifeThrive as to which motivational habits are crucial to risk reduction in each type of work environment. Then a behavioral/motivational intervention program is established with training and certification of Safety personnel.

Here are the steps:

  1. On-site visit to align corporate and LifeThrive interpretation of risk levels of environments and individuals.
  2. Employees assessed with data evaluated with safety records/logs. Comparative analysis conducted with Safety study for uniqueness’s that may influence motivational traits impacting risk.
  3. LifeThrive and Organizational team determine which employees will received intervention training (counterproductive habit removal) verses potential reclassification. Training and certification begins with first group of employees while Safety managers complete certification through theory and real life application.
  4. In-house Safety managers identify productive habit reinforcement training on an individual or group basis. Program integrated with normal environmental safety/risk program. Data is continually updated and benchmarks modified on an annual basis to ensure intervention meets risk.

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