This chapter explores the influential elements that can constitute a strong safety culture and ideas and suggestions of shifting safety culture. Culture is complex and is unique to each organisation. Safety leaders who take into account the multitude of variances in one's safety culture will be better equipped in establishing the culture that they want to promote and work within. Safety leadership models and frameworks are plentiful and can be integrated well if contextualised wisely into an organisation's culture and safety processes. The notions of a safety culture have been well documented and have been used in the past to explain specific safety failures that may not be understood through conventional safety systems or controls. Undertaking a stocktake of an organisation's safety culture can be an exhaustive task. When culture is analysed, it will be time stamped by the dates of when the analysis has taken place.