He who helps, he who protects. At the service of people.
Real safety at work is achieved only if your safety policy is supported by people. You do not do this by formally conveying rigid procedures - as if all people function in the same way, as if you can reach all people in the same way.
Every individual is different, and, according to our 4D approach, they all have their own colour, their own preferences, and unique qualities. Responding to those coloured qualities calls for a non-procedural approach. In fact, just the opposite: a playful approach that lets people experience and live things, and not only with reason.
Working with Samurai is therefore about putting change to work. Everyone searches the colour of their brain, finds their unique strengths. Everyone sets their own unique project in motion.
That is what makes us stand out as a truly different player.
Because safety and well-being cannot and should not be anything else than passion, a value. At home in the world of safety, at home in working with people, in a dynamic, innovative and colourful way.
Traditionally, the world of safety looks at employees as people on which rules and procedures should be imposed. We invariably see in employees the potential to become true heroes in safety. Because sustainable safety is the responsibility of everyone within the organisation.
People who each day go full out for safety on the workfloor - not only their own safety but also that of others - those are real heroes.
Planning and organisation, that is just a matter of spreadsheets and drawings. Their safe implementation on the workfloor is the province of people on the workfloor. Concerned about their own health and safety, but also about the safety of colleagues. Day after day, they put a human face on safety.
Our starting point for the development of a sustainable safety culture is our 4D model. This model divides our brain into 4 areas, 4 ways of thinking, one of which will usually predominate. By gaining insight into which 'colour' predominates in an individual, we learn which approach is best suited to arrive at genuinely safe behaviour. In this way, a unique personalised approach is created for every new Samurai in the making.
Approaching safety from this 4D perspective opens up a world of unknown possibilities. The dynamics and interactions within the 4D safety brain create a host of new insights and possibilities to enhance our safety. If we want to take safety culture to a higher level, we need to focus on all dimensions involved.