True safety culture is of open learning and development. Do you see an employee playing a mobile game? Don't assume they're not working. They could be engaged in some innovative safety training by using modern methods of gamification.
Words have weight. Do you want to engage deeply with your employees? Here are a dozen simple phrases that can be used to kick-start your leadership transformation. The goal is to increase engagement, foster healthy communication, and create a safety culture where everyone thrives. Are these phrases in your current management repertoire?
Can an organization have a split focus towards both safety culture and efficient operations? By focusing on operational precision and the performance of your team, complete organizational safety can be achieved.
Tragically, a 24-year-old temporary worker in Korea was crushed to death by a steel conveyer belt at a power plant almost a year ago. One year later, a revision to the Occupational Safety and Health Act was enacted in his honor.
High-performing organizations value effectiveness as a key measure of success, especially for a company’s team analytics team. As more companies are moving to a data-driven culture, less than 50% of surveyed manufacturing organizations think their analytics program is effective. Why is that?
Safety leadership is not about doing the bare minimum required to be compliant. Instead, a strong culture of safety is one where workers and managers are truly committed to working safely. This is a top-down and bottom-up approach and delivers more than lip-service to OSHA requirements.