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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.

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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

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

Outstanding. Really enjoyed today, the mix of content and progressive ‘journey’ through the day is great, builds on confidence, keeps people in their comfort zones and really supports the objective. Skills / methods are simple and relevant, and the learning by doing with the guys is great.

Nick Davies, Site Manager, Siemens plc, Gwynt y Môr Offshore Wind Farm, North Wales

TfL wanted to see a step change in safety awareness and decision making. The quality of the films, the design and realism of the live drama, and the facilitation of the sessions is excellent. Feedback has been extremely positive, and we are starting to see a real change in behaviours.

Rob Mair, Senior HSE Manager, Transport for London


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

ATT at the Ørsted Safety Xperience Day


ATT were invited to Ørsted’s offshore wind headquarters in Gentofte, to the north of Copenhagen, to deliver their immersive 2-hour multi-media workshop at the Ørsted Safety Xperience day which took place at the beginning of April. ATT, along with...

ATT at CLOCS Conference 2019


ATT delivered two EPIC: Logistics workshops at the CLOCS Conference at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham on 20 March, with attendees from across the haulage and logistics sector. Introduced by Gordon Sutherland, Traffic & Road...