Benefit from greater engagement, enhanced performance and improved work practices across your organisation.
Generally, HOP begins with a seed of interest from a safety leader or senior executive within an organisation. Oftentimes this is followed by HOP Fundamentals training for key personnel, an introduction to Learning Teams and a commitment to operational learning, both from failures (such as events) and the successes of normal work.
So how does an organisation become a HOP organisation? HOP is not only about safety. All areas of of an organisation can benefit from the HOP approach.
HOP Integration is the process of ensuring your management systems, policies, processes and practices align with HOP.
Learn more about the phases of HOP
The discovery of HOP is often linked to employees or leaders within an organisation identifying the need to change and grow. We foster that interest with decision makers and help you develop a broad-reaching commitment to HOP throughout the process.
You can start with exploring the free articles and videos in the HOPLAB, or download our free HOP Guides.
DEVELOPING A FOUNDATIONAL UNDERSTANDING OF HOP
HOP application begins with a foundational understanding of the HOP philosophy – learning the language, concepts and principles that allow for transformational shifts in the way we work. HOPLAB are recognised leaders in HOP Fundamentals training.
Our 1 Day HOP Fundamentals Course provides a valuable introduction to HOP, while our 3 Day HOP & Learning Course is the ideal course for those looking to introduce the concepts in their own organisation.
Operational learning provides the tools for an organisation to continuously and effectively learn from itself. HOP tools such as Learning Teams and Field Insights can help you to better understand how work happens and make informed decisions to improve safety and outcomes.
This phase typically takes the longest, and can be met with the most resistance to change. HOPLAB can support executive and leadership teams through this phase to ensure the desired outcomes are being achieved.
By ensuring your management systems, policies, processes and practices align with HOP, your organisation will benefit from greater engagement, enhanced performance and improved work practices across the board. HOP Integration is supported through leadership mentoring, ongoing training and upskilling of personnel, as well as a suite of tools we have developed to track an organisation’s progress.
Which industries are adopting HOP?
The origins of Human Performance and HOP were founded in the nuclear power and aviation industries. As the concept has evolved, more high-risk industries have been attracted to the principles of HOP, including mining, energy, manufacturing, transport and logistics. However, HOP can be applied to any industry, and the results from organisations that have adopted Human and Organisational Performance are staggering.
HOP Integration Model by HOP|LAB™
The HOP|POD maturity model highlights five areas of HOP organisational alignment that we’ve identified through our extensive research and experience working with industries adopting HOP.
Using the HOP|POD maturity framework, organisations can assess where they are now and where they plan to get to, from emerging to excelling with HOP Integration.
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