EDF - Everyday Champions

EDF Energy operations includes: electricity generation and the sale of gas and electricity to homes and businesses throughout the United Kingdom. Their large and complex organisation requires a positive commitment to a "one-team approach" from its many partners and contractors.

As part of their constant efforts to deliver safety excellence, EDF Energy approached Juice Learning to design and deliver a memorable event to 100 of their contractors to explore the reasons why EDF all of its partners should work towards a H&S culture of excellence. To achieve this we examined: The Moral case, The Business case and The Legal case.

The Challenge

  1. To highlight the wide-ranging consequences when things go wrong as a result of working unsafely.
  2. To motivate the delegates to take personal responsibility to ensure the highest standards for health and safety.
  3. To understand the current health and safety culture and identify opportunities to drive improvement through the actions they take and the example they set.

Our Solution

Commencing with a business update from Andy Richards (Director of Coal Operations) we delivered a powerful opening scene depicting the immediate aftermath of a serious incident. This was followed by a series of discreet break-out sessions, each of which allowed the delegates to focus on the three core themes:

  1. In an honest and inspirational session addressing the Moral Case for safety, Paul Blanchard shared his personal experiences of the consequences of a serious incident. A thoroughly engaged audience were then invited to interact with Paul and understand the long term personal impact and gain a real insight into the effects on family life.
  2. In a dramatic and often surprising workshop, the delegates took part in a staged legal hearing. Presided over by a judge, the key witness, prosecution and defence lawyers (played by our cast of actors), we posed a critical question:

    “Was the accident the fault of the individual or the organisation?”

    In a dramatic and absorbing session our facilitator and the “legal-team” challenged pre-conceptions and delivered an insight into the magnitude and personal impact of a real legal proceeding.

  3. In the session designed to address the business case for safety, we started with a simple question:

    “What is safety worth to your business?”

Our facilitator introduced various concepts and tools to go beyond the immediate and obvious cost of an accident and uncover the harm or benefit that safety has on the delegates own organisation.

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