Case Study


The health and safety of employees is a top priority for every organisation. But how can you make sure your communications on the topic succeed in driving changes in behaviour? For a series of case studies, Voice spoke to experts in safety communications to find out how you avoid safety messaging becoming background noise that employees tune out? First up – bringing safety to life through virtual reality.


16th July 2020
By Andy Holt, managing director, Words & Pictures To drive behaviour around safety, you really need to get hands-on and create a memorable learning experience. No longer is it enough just to “tell” the troops – communication has to “make real” the initiative, support face-to-face training, and linger in the mind of the attendee long beyond the...
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