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Near Enough

Award-winning, multi-media training session for Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy and their clients and contractors.

SELNACO: fictional, multinational energy company…UK Wind Power Division…Farley 2 Wind Farm…Three wind technicians are involved in a serious near miss… Who bears ultimate responsibility for this incident? And why does no one report it?

About the Day

As well as exploring the need for effective hazard and near miss reporting, Near Enough examines the part played by a number of factors in causing this incident, including design, organisational systems, and leadership competencies at all stages of the supply chain.

Near Enough is a flexible intervention and has been delivered at large-scale management conferences as well as at operational safety forums on wind power project sites worldwide.

Bolt-on immersive training elements are designed to provide appropriate practical skills for operational and organisational functions. For all participants, the central message is that, regardless of role or function, operational safety is everyone’s equal responsibility…

Near Enough has been deployed by Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy and their clients and contractors, including Orsted, E.ON and Mammoet. Danish, German, Spanish and Portuguese sub-titled versions have been created.


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

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


I think it was brilliant. It was good to interact with a person and ask his points of view. Much better than just watching a video and talking amongst ourselves.

Workshop participant


Near Enough received the Gold Award for ‘Best Interactive Communication’ at the IVCA Clarion Awards. The International Visual Communication Association is the UK’s leading body for video and visual communication. The IVCA Clarion Awards recognise excellence in communicating the importance of CSR, diversity, sustainability, community development, ethical, health and welfare issues in the public, charity, social enterprise and corporate sectors.