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Active Training Team are innovators in safety leadership

Our unique immersive approach gives people a new understanding of their role in safety and the communication tools to make a difference.

All ATT programmes are run according to UK Government COVID-19 regulations in place at the time and to our own rigorous COVID-19 risk assessments.

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What we do

We create immersive and experiential training with one result in mind: to bring about behavioural and cultural change in people and organisations. Watch the video to see the difference we make.


Feedback

The whole day was a quality experience delivered by a professional team that made the course impactful and memorable. As an example of transformational health & safety training this has got to be the benchmark for others to follow.

Michael J Heduan MBE CMILT FCMI MIC

EPIC is the cornerstone for our culture, practices and success to date. The site teams have each clocked up more than one million work hours without a lost-time incident, which is unprecedented.

Andy Mitchell, CEO Tideway

ATT are the ultimate professionals and are a valued partner in our drive for further enhancing and embedding our Zero Harm culture.

Kevin Stone, former EHS Lead, Siemens Energy Sector, UK and NW Europe


Work

Explore examples of award-winning work for leading organisations. Watch the videos to see our approach in action and to hear from participants and clients.


News

EPIC: Logistics is awarded FORS Silver accreditation


ATT is delighted to announce that EPIC: Logistics, our safety leadership programme for HGV drivers on public highways, developed in partnership with the Thames Tideway Project is now licensed as a FORS Approved Work-Related Road Risk (WRRR)...

Ørsted Taiwan comes to Thrive


We were delighted to welcome ten enthusiastic wind turbine generator (WTG) technicians from Taiwan to the Thrive Safety Leadership centre recently. The technicians travelled to the UK for their training secondment in the UK earlier this month....