About SafetyCircle®

Positive, simple, powerful, achievable

SafetyCircle is a risk-based thinking and communication tool embedded in a cultural change program.

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Our partner’s journey

“SafetyCircle teaches a whole new language around safety and workplace engagement.”

James Rose, Managing Director, Skretting Australia

“The simple ‘Am I inside the Circle now?’ is adapted into most trains of thought.”

Ben Rolliston, Fabrication Manager, Saunders and Ward

“SafetyCircle is one of the most engaging and interactive courses that our staff have ever attended.”

Steven Pike, Safety Coordinator, Transend

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The SafetyCircle® leadership team

Martyn
Martyn
Managing Director
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Diploma Safety Management (Occ. Hygiene)
  • Grad Cert. Competitive Systems and Practices
  • Cert IV Training and Assessment
  • Member AIOH
  • Mastering negotiation and influence (MIT Sloan School of Management)

Martyn Bradfield has over 30 years’ experience in work health, safety and environment in New Zealand, Australia and many other parts of the world, working and consulting across all industry, service and government sectors. Martyn has experience in occupational hygiene, coaching, leadership development and providing a broad range of improvement services to organizations.

To enjoy the beach and fires with family and friends

Rebecca
Rebecca
Director
  • Registered Psychologist
  • Bachelor of Arts (Psychology, Hons)
  • Masters Organisational and Industrial Psychology
  • Executive training in Lean Principles
  • Accredited Practitioner Human Synergistics
  • Mastering negotiation and influence (MIT Sloan School of Management)
  • Cert IV Training and Assessment

With a background in Organisational Psychology, Rebecca Michalik is committed to working with organisations to achieve sustainable outcomes which centre on the people within the system. Rebecca has experience working with businesses to assist them in understanding the impact of leadership on culture and the elements important for organisational change

So many more places to explore and memories to make with my family

Oliver
Oliver
Director
  • Bachelor of Applied Science
  • Bachelor of Arts (Psychology and Sport Studies)
  • Grad. Cert. Ergonomics, Safety and Health
  • Grad Cert. Competitive Systems and Practices
  • Cert IV Training and Assessment
  • Mastering negotiation and influence (MIT Sloan School of Management)

Oliver Bodak has over 20 years working in the health and safety profession focusing on effective leadership and strategy implementation to ensure key risks are managed practically and effectively.

Oliver has led and supported programs in industries as diverse as Railways; Local Government; Mining; Manufacturing and Health Care. His training in sports science and psychology brings human first thinking, improvement focus and a commitment to set people up for success.

To keep having adventures and learning from them with my girls

Oliver
Oliver
Senior Associate
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety
  • Diploma of Quality Auditing
  • Graduate Cert. Competitive Systems and Practices
  • Cert IV Training and Assessment
  • Mastering negotiation and influence (MIT Sloan School of Management)

Oliver Fearman has over 20 years of experience in a diverse range of industries including oil and gas, construction, mining, forestry, and farming. His experiences working with teams in the Sahara Desert, jungles of Papua New Guinea and with remote land-based drilling rigs has developed a genuine appreciation for team work in challenging environments.

This drives a passion for empowering teams to create a work environment that enriches the lives of those in the workplace and the ones they return home to.

Getting out in the world with my family. There is lots more fun to be had yet

Ben
Ben
Senior Associate
  • B.Sc. (Enviro.Science)
  • B.Behav.Sc.(Hons)
  • Ph.D. (Psychology)
  • Former Director of Masters of OHS Management, Centre for Sleep Research, University of South Australia
  • Research Fellow and Associate Professor at the Australian Maritime College, University of Tasmania.
  • Research Fellow- Bushfire CRC and Bushfire and Natural Hazard CRC (since 2009)

Ben Brooks has over 30 years experience developing solutions to improve WHS outcomes in a range of industries including maritime, manufacturing, mass-transport, government.

Ben seeks to combine his understanding of human performance and his passion for education to support organisations to reach highly reliable standards of workplace health, safety and wellbeing.

To support my partner, four children and German shepherd and get in a surf when the waves allow it

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