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Outdoor Adventures

One of the greatest hazards to a culture of safety is complacency. People get into a routine and can loosen their standards. Putting people in natural, but unfamiliar, hazard can make them more attentive to safety procedures.

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Group Achievement

Creating a culture of safety is not a one person job. Everyone must rely on everyone else to pull their weight and should also back one-another up. Our group activities help foster the bonds that help generate the needed impetus for such cooperation.

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Mini-Olympiads

The spirit of competition bonds employees by dividing your group into teams that compete in activities to work towards victory. The games can be tailored to train safety protocols or can better familiarize people with equipment or needed skills.

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Scavenger Hunts

We have a variety of scavenger hunt options that allow teams to explore an area. This can be combined with safety elements or looking for things that could be utilized in a culture of safety.

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Charity Builds

Use the power of your team to help those that didn't have the safety you are supporting. We can combine activities with achievement for a common purpose of benefiting those that had suffered a failure of safety. This helps others while reinforcing the reasons why safety is so important.


Activities that get employees in a non-work environment are a great way to engage them, get them having a good time, and to teach them about the values of a culture of safety.

First and foremost, you are informing them that a good time is away from the dangers of the office. The office is a place of solemn and sober behavior to keep everyone safe. You leave the office and can have a good time together.

Second, the activities, which can be a variety of things from outdoor adventures like white water rafting or climbing, to scavenger hunts exploring an urban environment, can be used to teach safety. Whether it is showing procedure or demonstrating deficiencies in safety protocol out in the real world, people learn more when their minds are open and they're having a good time.

Third, good behavior should be rewarded. Employees that maintain a safe record and create a culture of safety should be recognized and lauded. Others should see this attention and wish to improve their behavior to achieve their own recognition.

These programs are available to help with companies in a variety of industries including Oil & Gas, Chemical, Aerospace, Manufacturing, Fishing & Maritime, Prisons & Corrections, Military, Contractors, Police and Security. We have worked with over half the Fortune 500, in all 50 states, are registered with the System for Award Management (SAMs) Database for work with the Federal Government as well as with several state governments.

This site was created to inform our clients about our services in this specialty. The pages contain information about the types of services offered and some of the potential benefits that can be gained. These programs are not a replacement for OSHA and other mandated programs and are simply designed to assist in the creation of a culture of safety. Nothing can replace the will of the company, however, and it can’t be stressed enough that success requires a full commitment on behalf of a company and management to safety protocols at all levels.

Contact THEY improv by calling 866-219-4386 or send an email to info@theysafetytraining.com to discuss your needs and how THEY improv can help you meet your safety goals through their supplemental programs.

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