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Gap Analysis Training

Gap Analysis measures how frequently and effectively a core set of safety behaviours are demonstrated in an organisation. It is an interactive diagnostic and typically one of the first applications of a Health and Safety Behaviour Standard.

Who's it for?

Gap Analysis training is suitable for any organisation implementing a Health and Safety Behaviour Standard.

Our Gap Analysis is a robust workshop-based diagnostic that includes qualitative and quantitative assessments of performance.

The goal is to identify strengths and areas for improvement in the safety behaviours at all levels of the organisation. It directly links behaviours to safety outcomes and can be used to estimate Safety Culture Maturity®.


  • Practical in nature
  • Identifies areas for improvement at all levels of a business
  • Can be delivered by trained internal staff or by independent external consultants
  • Measures changes over multiple timepoints
  • Engages the whole workforce

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Gap Analysis helps an organisation identify the extent to which core safety behaviours are being demonstrated consistently at all levels. The output is a targeted improvement action plan. We can either train in-house specialists to plan and execute gap analysis independently or deliver the programme ourselves. We also provide a series of tools and techniques to facilitate data gathering and analysis.

The Keil Centre has developed a three-day training course for in-house facilitators (Training for Facilitators or T4F) of Gap Analysis. Alternatively, in-house capability can be developed by ‘shadowing’ the Keil Centre consultants as we plan and execute a Gap Analysis programme. Gap Analysis involves management, supervisors and members of the workforce rating the frequency with which core behaviours are demonstrated. They then select which ones, if improved, would make the biggest difference to safety performance, allowing practical actions to be identified.