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Mock Court Minute Video Series

Mock Court Minute 1: Measure the Hazard Register

Your Hazard (Corrective Action) Register is a core tool in every Risk Management System. Not optimising this Register creates massive vulnerability both legally and practically.

Mock Court Minute 2: Safety Strategy and the Case for Simplification

Simplification sells. Safety and compliance generally are not the most exciting of operational disciplines, but simplification makes this sometimes bitter pill easier to swallow.

Mock Court Minute 3: Excuses Excuses Excuses

The compression of excuse risk should be a key focus area for every compliance manager. People tend to self-regulate to less than optimal standards, so finding excuses is not that difficult.

Mock Court Minute 4: The Absurdity of Reactivity

The philosophy that underpins our Mock Court training is that you do not get your time again. If the sense of urgency to improve is only lit after something serious goes wrong, you are already in trouble.

Mock Court Minute 5: Misleading Indicators!

Measuring activity is not necessarily correlated to evidence of achievement. This truth is particularly acute with respect to compliance metrics. The promotion of getting the right things done well is the key.

Mock Court Minute 6: The Pain of Discipline

Discipline and ownership are joined at the hip. One of the keys to compliance is turning your “have-to’s” into “want-to’s”. Businesses who lean on external motivation to ensure procedural adherence have no sustainable chance of success.

If your are interested in 2.5 hours of packaged insights inclusive of a civil or criminal case simulation with your staff – please let us know!

What Others Are Saying About Mock Court

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“From The Moment We Sat Down You Had Our Attention”

Today was absolutely awesome!! From the moment we sat down you had our attention. You didn’t use scare tactics but you were very honest with the possibility of what can ACTUALLY happen out in the field and also who is potentially responsible…

Rachel Bellino, Seymour Whyte Construction

“Overwhelming Positive Feedback”

Excellent delivery and well suited to the target audience… Overwhelming positive feedback. Better than I anticipated.

Brian Selmes, Snowy Hydro

“A Valuable Experience For All Levels In The Team”

Feedback has been overwhelmingly favourable and unanimous view is that it was a valuable experience for all levels in the team.

Mark Whybro, NSW Fire Brigade

“A Brilliant Demonstration Of How Things Can Escalate”

Thanks so much for the Mock Court Session this morning. It was a brilliant demonstration of how issues can end up escalating if they are not dealt with appropriately and we have already received some brilliant feedback.

Emma Lovesy, Colonial First State