Supporting the integration of contemporary risk and safety thinking, practically
We’re highly credentialed, award-winning and experienced but we’re also human and understanding. We know how it feels to be cold, wet, tired and hungry (metaphorically, and for real).
We know what it’s like to not be able to sleep at night, or to hold on to the worry when we’re just not as sure as we’d like to be that we’re on top of our risk and safety management. As experienced educators, we also know how vitally important facilitating intentional and meaningful opportunities for our kids to learn outside the classroom are for their social and emotional development.
We’ve worn your shoes. Whether they are the school leaders back in the office, or the boots of the teachers on the ground. We’ve made the call for help in the field and been the one to answer it when it arrived in the office.
We completely get that risk and safety work can be complex. That it can sometimes seem never ending. In fact, that’s why we do what we do. We dance in the space between research and practice. We combine contemporary risk and safety thinking with practical and implementable solutions that support increased safety outcomes.
We’re here to help you carry the load.
At Risk Resolve, we believe that an effective safety management system shouldn’t solely be measured by an absence of serious accidents, but rather by the observable presence of enhanced dialogue, interaction and collaboration between and across students, teachers, parents, administrators and external partner organisations.
An optimal safety management system reflects deep curiosity, innovation, and regular reflection. Inbuilt into its DNA is a culture of constant and constructive questioning and learning.
To support our clients to achieve this, we apply contemporary approaches and methods to understand and improve safety and overall performance within our client’s work system. These methods and approaches are underpinned by the notion that safety and accidents are influenced by decisions and actions at all hierarchical levels of the school system, and not solely by the staff in the classroom, or on the excursion.
This approach, known as systems thinking, also argues that accidents or safety are caused by multiple, contributing factors, and not just a single poor decision or action.
We work with truly inspirational educational leaders from across the globe. We’re honoured to include a sample of what their experience has been working with Risk Resolve.
Listen to our colleagues talk about their experience with Risk Resolve