Date 05 May 2021
Galliford Try has relaunched its award-winning behavioural safety programme, Challenging Beliefs, Affecting Behaviour (CBAB).
The scheme, which was originally developed in 2012, has undergone a gradual evolution since that point, but has now been overhauled with a refreshed training programme and updated toolkit. This refresh includes our focus on Lead Indicators and our aspiration of no harm, underpinned by a culture of care.
CBAB puts people at heart of the initiative, utilising fully-trained coaches around the business to ensure that safety remains front and centre on every project Galliford Try works on. The original programme has since been updated by a mobile app which contains all the information required.
The visual identity has been completely revisited, reinforcing the programme and highlighting the refresh to all employees and stakeholders who come into contact with it.
Mike Webb, Health, Safety and Environment Director, commented: “Our objective remains to create and maintain an environment where care for our people, and those who work with us, is our top priority and the belief that all accidents are preventable prevails.
“We believe that Challenging Beliefs, Affecting Behaviour is a leading safety programme within the industry and we are constantly vigilant that it remains that way. This refresh reinforces its importance within the business and is an important step on our journey towards no harm.”