SafeStart, the world’s leading safety training programme, announces a three-day workshop in Manchester between  22nd – 24th May.  Day 1 will be a standalone ‘Discovery Workshop,’ with Days 2 and 3 focusing on certifying individuals to deliver the programme.

Attendees will leave with a clear understanding of how SafeStart gives people the skills and awareness to avoid making unintentional mistakes that lead to injury. The programme is designed to help companies move beyond compliance in the workplace to improve safety performance, employee engagement, culture, home safety and business results.

Discovery Workshop –  22nd May

Created for  safety, operations and HR managers, the one-day ‘Discovery Workshop’ addresses key workplace safety issues including human error, recurring injuries, lack of employee engagement, and the perceived conflict between production and safety, common safety pain points that every manager encounters at one time or another. Experts at the event will outline the factors that lead to these issues and provide insight into how they can be solved through the SafeStart programme. Successful case studies will be shared.

Introduction & Certification Workshop  23rd-24th May

The second and third day of the workshop will prepare and certify trainers to deliver SafeStart within their own company. It will discuss in detail the concepts, techniques, and course learning design. Acting as SafeStart instructors, attendees will gain hands on experience in delivering the programme, allowing participants to refine and practice the training modules with coaching and feedback from experienced consultants leading to certification at the end of the third day.

Larry Wilson, Author of SafeStart said: “Even when exceptional risk reduction measures are in place, common safety pain points can negatively affect any workplace in any industry. Employers must continue to develop their workforce and give them skills that will improve their safety both at work and home. We look forward to welcoming people to our event in Warrington.”

To register for the one day event at the Park Royal Hotel Warrington on 22nd May, click here:—manchester-uk

To register for the three day certification event at the Park Royal Hotel Warrington between  22nd- 24th May, click here:

For additional details of the events SafeStart will be running in the UK in 2018 visit

SafeStart has been successfully implemented in 64 countries, 32 languages and across 10,000 worksites, with more than 3 million people trained. SafeStart Europe look forward to meeting new and existing clients at the workshops where we will be sharing  proven solutions to increase safety awareness and improve safety performance.

About SafeStart

SafeStart is an advanced safety awareness and skills development programme that aims to help people avoid unintentional mistakes that lead to injury. It has helped thousands of companies in over 60 countries move beyond compliance and beyond the workplace to improve employee engagement, culture, family safety and business results. It has been successfully implemented in more than 3,000 companies worldwide, with over 3 million people trained in more than 30 different languages.

SafeStart Around the World

For the past 13 years, SafeStart has maintained a strong partnership with different distributors to serve our European clients with SafeStart products and services. To support our long-term corporate vision, increase capabilities and replicate the robust client options found in North and South America, SafeStart is now the sole distributor of its materials and services throughout Europe. Our immediate priorities are to ensure that our existing SafeStart clients are offered exceptional support during this transition and to offer new clients a proven solution that significantly increases safety awareness and improves safety performance. At SafeStart, we are dedicated to saving lives wherever we can, which is why we are so excited about our expansion in Europe.

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