Testimonials

“The WrightWay team is proud to have received these testimonials from our clients and on their behalf I am pleased to share them with you here.”

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We have come a long way for sure and after nine weeks this year, our time loss injuries are down 47 percent compared to last year.

Walter Stasiuk
Manager, Safety Administration
BC Ferries

“BC Ferries began working with WrightWay Training and Force Technology (WrightForce) approximately six years ago with the formulation of the joint-Union/Management initiative called SailSafe, which is fundamentally aimed at improving our overall safety culture. Since the inception of SailSafe, we have seen our Time Loss injuries drop significantly (2006 – 357, 2012 – 157), with an associated decrease in claims costs (2006 – $3.5M, 2012 – $800K).

Though these numbers reflect dramatic and positive impacts to our bottom line, what is even more exciting is how the level of engagement has also radically improved, due in large part to the expertise and patient counsel of WrightWay and Force Technology.”

Captain Jamie Marshall
Vice-President Fleet Operations
BC Ferries

I can attest and fully support to the approach of ‘Managing Safety and Business’ that John Wright has formulated and presents in his business/safety model.

Barbara Mazurowski

British Energy

Executive training in Human Factors and Accident Investigation, Risk Assessment, Bridge Resource Management and simulations as well as a system of audits involving training from the top down and the bottom up has brought real attitude change and situational awareness of where we are as organizations and where we want to be headed

Mike Corrigan & Jacqueline Miller
Chief Operating Officer & President
BC Ferries & BCFMWU

“This course will certainly help me to carry out effective incident investigation.”

Delegate

Training Course, 2009

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“BC Ferries began working with WrightWay Training and Force Technology (WrightForce) approximately six years ago with the formulation of the joint-Union/Management initiative »

BC Ferries began working with WrightWay Training and Force Technology (WrightForce) approximately six years ago with the formulation of the joint-Union/Management initiative called »

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Introduction Welcome to WrightWay’s first newsletter. We trust you enjoy our first steps into sharing with you what we are doing in the world of Human Factor (Resource […] »

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Wrightway announce Open Course course which is accessible to self sponsored delegates or for companies who only require a few places in March 2012. To find out more […] »

CSL and V Ships are pleased to announce the launching of a joint safety initiative called ‘SafePartners’. Together in 2012 and beyond, we will raise the bar still [&hel »

Simulators aid management development A suggestion for the provision of state of the art full mission marine simulators for training both leadership teams and Boards of Directors A »

Update of successes and expectations at BC Ferries SailSafe is the collaborative workforce engagement programme with WrightWay as a key partner Chief Operating Officer, BC Ferries »

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