In Helping Leaders Become Better Leaders
Across our years of operation, we have built strong partnerships with several organisations. These companies align with our purpose, to help leaders become better leaders, and enhance our services to provide the best results to our clients. Each of our partnerships is specific to either the safety or leadership development arms of our business.
We have national and international partners, who enable us to deliver work across the globe.
Several of our partnerships are with companies offering technology solutions.
Deeper understanding of the different facets of your personality
DiSC® is a world-leading personality assessment known for transforming workplaces by improving teamwork, communication and productivity. The DiSC® assessment determines your position within the DiSC® model which is divided into four main personality profiles (D)ominance, (I)nfluence, (S)teadiness, (C)onscientiousness.
Building safer workplaces through conversation
RiskTalk is an app which guides workers through risk assessments, safety observations and reporting incidents and hazards by speaking directly into their phone or tablet. This allows for quick and easy reporting of incidents and hazards, enabling real-time reporting and data collection. The app meets legislative requirements, ISO 45001 and assists with e-auditing.
Prevent harm and promote employee wellbeing with FlourishDX
Health and safety legislation now requires identifying and mitigating psychosocial risks, this duty of care can be fulfilled with this platform which focuses on keeping people healthy. FlourishDX provides digestible content across the topics of mental health and sleep/fatigue management and can survey employees on the environmental influences known to affect mental health in the workplace.
SAFEmap PRISMA Culture Analysis:
Strategies that create greater reliability around safety
SAFEmap International focuses on safety culture diagnostics, leadership training and coaching, risk competence training, values-based training programs, transformational change programs, risk management systems and safety consulting services. SAFEmap is well known for their PriSMA Culture Analysis, a survey which measures risk culture within an organisation through the experience of employees.
Cultivating strategic self-awareness
The Hogan 360 is a multi-rater assessment capturing a workplace as seen by its manager, peers and direct report. The Hogan 360 works with the Hogan personality assessments to capture a complete view of a person. It does this by looking at their “what” which includes performance and reputation, in conjunction with the “why” which looks at why certain behaviours are displayed. The results are compared to a global database that can be sorted by industry, sector and even job level.
Making unseen operational risks visible
FusAble is an AI platform which transforms the way we use data to identify risks within your operations and protect your workforce. The data visualises unseen risks using proven technology that incorporates natural language processing and machine learning to build a clear picture of what is actually happening in your operational environment.
ADAPT by Design
Building a Better Future for Your Business
Combining a process, platform and coaching, the ADAPT Framework takes a holistic approach to business transformation. With the support of the platform and coach, you will develop your leadership team, build your resilient business strategy, engage your people and then build the cadence to keep these changes alive and your business thriving.
Integrating safety into how you do business
LJM is a safety consultancy based in New South Wales with a national reach. We have collaborated with LJM across several projects with major mining organisations. LJM specialise in supporting leaders with integrating safety into how work is planned and increasing awareness of risk.
Frequently Asked Questions
As an employer you are required to provide and maintain a safe place of work, where so far as is practical, your employees are not exposed to hazards. Additional responsibilities include providing employees with instruction, information, training and supervision, a method for consultation on WHS issues and measures to provide protection where exposure to hazards is not preventable.
In practice, it is often the way WHS responsibilities are carried out within a business that have the greatest impact on its WHS performance. This is a key area where Barclayss® can help you and your team.
The first stage is to decide whether you need to, or want to achieve a particular HS standard. This provides a guide for defining the structure of your HS Management System. Even if it isn’t your main priority, it’s a good idea to follow this route, as if you decide to target achievement of a standard in the future, your Management System will be restructured in an appropriate way.
The next stage is to conduct a gap analysis of your current system/documentation against the selected structure to highlight the areas that are absent or need work to bring them up to the required level. Then the work begins….. creating new documentation and updating or improving current documentation to ensure that it provides the required level of information for the system users.
The final stage is to implement the system, through a coordinated roll-out process. This stage will involve training leaders and employees in the key responsibilities and actions that they need to do to comply with the system.
Sounds easy! It can be, but it also can be resource intensive and technically complicated, and these are areas where Barclayss® can help you get started.
The route to certification starts with a conversation with an accreditation provider. The provider will share the expectations and requirements needed to gain certification. They will also confirm the process that you need to follow.
The next step us typically a gap analysis audit that reviews your system against the relevant standard and highlights areas for improvement prior to the formal certification audit.
The certification audit will assess your level of compliance against both the standard and your own system requirements and highlight any areas of non-conformance. If minimal non-conformances are identified, you can be granted your accreditation shortly after this audit. However, this is not usual, as most audits identify a mixture of major and/or minor non-conformances that require work to fix them. Once resolved, the provider will return to assess the non-conformances and confirm whether they can be closed out. Once closed out, the provider can recommend to the certification body that your organisation receives its certification.
Again, this is a resource intensive and technically complicated process and Barclayss® can help you with managing your journey to certification.
Within the legislation, if WHS duties are new, or have changed substantially from the current arrangements, there will be a transition period for WA businesses to adopt the new requirements. During this transition period, businesses will have time to assess the implication of the new arrangements on their current operation and work out what changes they need to complete to achieve compliance. Barclayss® can assist you in identifying the required changes, developing any new/modified systems, work methodologies and/or operating practices and implementing them in your workplace.
Where the new arrangements are identical/very similar to the current requirements, it is anticipated (although not guaranteed) that the established processes within a business will ensure compliance, when the legislation is in place.
However, it’s recommended that businesses conduct a review of their existing HS Management System against the requirements of the new legislation, even where it appears that the legislation hasn’t changed significantly, to identify where there may be gaps and the need for improvement. Barclayss® can help you with completing these reviews and tackling any improvement areas that they reveal.
WA Work Health and Safety Act 2020 applies to all Western Australian workplaces, including mines, petroleum and geothermal energy operations. The Act came into force on the 10th November 2020.
All Australian states and territories (except Victoria) have WHS legislation largely based on the national model WHS Act. This allows for companies operating nationally to have similar obligations and requirements across all locations.
WHS Regulations are legally binding. Breaches of regulations can result in penalties.