"It's easy. Just mix these two chemicals together, Ken."
- In hindsight, it never should have happened.
- In hindsight, all the warning signs were there.
- In hindsight, a good safety culture wasn't good enough.
This is the story of one man, his family and his friends and what happened to them all the day two hazardous chemicals were mixed together for a routine cleaning procedure.
It's a story of horror. Of regret. Of painful experience. It's a story no viewer will ever forget.
The Diary Ken's wife, Sue, kept at that time has been developed into a heart rending video account of the events that transpired following Ken's accident. For the first time the trauma and heartache they experienced is revealed.
Reflective, thought provoking and beautifully filmed, Hindsight is Ken Woodward's emotionally charged call to action to all of us.
The perfect antidote to safety cynicism.
The comprehensive trainer's guide, supported by a PowerPoint presentation, ( plus an additional customisable version), provides all that's needed to conduct a powerful safety session, running from one to one-and-a-half hours. Two posters in jpeg files are also included as an ongoing safety reminder.
The training package includes a DVD and CD-rom.
- A two-film version of Hindsight (21 mins and 12 mins)
- A presentation from leading safety trainer Martin Woodall, the first trainer to work with Ken following his accident.
- PowerPoint Presentation
- Trainer's Guide
- 2 x Posters on the accompanying CD
Laing O'Rourke Launch second phase of their Safety Campaign Using "Hindsight"
Leaders in construction safety Laing O'Rourke have just launched their second phase of the Incident & Injury Free programme using the Lattitude Ken Woodward production "Hindsight".
HS & E Director Richard Rook says, "We realise that great safety performance is at the heart of any successful business and we also believe it is our duty to see our workers go home safely every day. Ken Woodward is an amazing inspiration and a poignant reminder of the real devastating consequences of a workplace accident. Hindsight is the best way for us to bring that message home to all our employees."