Greenstreet Berman has grown for over 20 years to become one of the UK’s leading independent Human Factors and safety culture consultancies. We help organisations understand and improve human behaviour and performance to optimise risk, organisational capability and safety management – whether process safety and resilience in the high-hazard industries, operation of complex systems, safety at work, or personal safety and wellbeing at home and leisure. Our projects range from consultancy, training and assessment, through to research, analysis and innovation.
Assessing and managing the human element of risk
Creating in-house human factors and safety culture capability
Improving human and organisational performance
Innovating and evaluating leading edge solutions
Managing the human element of risk
Who we work for
Safety critical sectors
We work across all safety critical sectors, supporting blue chip companies, operators, manufacturers and developers. Our multi sector expertise allows us to share lessons learnt and best practice from one sector to another. We also act as partners to engineering, safety assessment and safety management contractors.
Engineering and safety management contractors
We act as partners to engineering, safety assessment and safety management contractors.
We support development of public safety initiatives and operational capability of emergency services.
Central government, regulators and agencies
We support regulators, central government and agencies to understand problems, develop innovative interventions, policy and guidance, evaluate interventions and to perform their regulator duties.
We support health services on patient safety and staff wellbeing as well as public health promotion.
We work with professional institutes to develop guidance, and to provide professional education and training.
We help develop defence and security capability – more capable, engaged and resilient people and systems.
We help charities and agencies to develop and evaluate life saving public health, wellbeing and safety initiatives.
A selection of examples of our work
Psychological safety: the relationship between psychological safety, human performance and HSE performance
Despite major advances in safety culture over the past decades, the continued experience of major accidents raises the question of what else can be done. The Energy Institute, on behalf of Shell, commissioned a rapid review of psychological safety which we presented at this year’s Safety Critical Systems Club symposium in Bristol. Psychological safety is the willingness of people to…
CIEHF awards Jon the Otto Edholm Award
This award is granted for significant contributions to the application of Ergonomics/ Human Factors. The presentation of the award was made at the CIEHF’s Ergonomics & Human Factors 2017 conference by Claire Dickinson, President Elect of the Institute. Read more…
(Evaluation of the 5×60 Sports Promotion Scheme in Wales)
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
(Fieldwork to test draft guidance on emotional and physical wellbeing of Looked after Children)