It Could Be You
Title translated into English
It Could Be You
Film: Duration in minutes
Working backwards, we see the errors and violations that lead to an accident when a worker falls from height from an insufficiently protected scaffold. The film explores how the key characters' unsafe behaviour is , to a large extent, influenced by the culture on this site and by a perception that the demands of programme and time supersede the importance of safety. Through the motif of a lottery scratch card, we are able to pause the film and rewind to a parallel Universe where effective leadership and clear messaging on safety from a senior manager has a positive impact down the hierarchical chain leading to a positive, alternative ending.
To engage workers in the message that effective safety leadership is everyone's responsibility; to engage leaders in the need for consistency and an awareness of the impact of their behaviour (conscious & unconscious) when ensuring buy -in from their people to the safety message.
Good, filmed drama engages people on an emotional level as well as on an intellectual level. When watching a (good) film, people tend to become totally immersed in its world and to suspend their disbelief to the point that they actually believe that what they are viewing is real. The benefits of applying this medium to subject matter that deals with safety, behaviours and their consequences is in the long-term learning and lingering effect of the medium.
Original target group: the workforce of Siemens UK Energy Sector.We wish now to attract Occupational Safety and Health leaders in Energy; Construction; Engineering and related industries who are looking for an innovative approach to Sustainable Prevent