3 Factors That Define the Best Safety Culture
Boost your organization’s commitment to safety and strengthen its safety culture by focusing on 3 key areas.
The stronger your safety culture, the fewer risks your workers will take out there on the front line or in the field, and the more inclined supervisors and C-Suite execs will be to buy into your ideas.
But as a matter of practicality, what are the mechanisms you can use to affect something as amorphous and intangible as your workplace’s shared beliefs, attitudes and values toward safety? And where do you even begin to focus your efforts?
Our editors exhaustively researched the answers to these questions and found that despite all the possible variables involved, it comes down to 3 factors.
This free guide tells you what they are and gives you specific, concrete actions you can take that, when enacted, will radically shift your safety culture toward commitment and safety.
Included in the guide:
- Making the difficult transition from a reactive to proactive safety culture.
- How to get frontline workers to do your job for you (it’s not as crazy as it sounds).
- Fresh ideas on turning the “Production Over Safety” mindset into “Production AND Safety”.
- The missing step to rectifying hazards that most safety managers miss – to the detriment of their workers’ safety.
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