Engagement & BeyondPeople-Centered Safety Process™
Employee Engagement for Cultural Change.
Cultural change occurs through a continous improvement approach, taking organizations beyond zero injuries with our Engagement Based Safety Approach. Hear from our COO, Bill Holder, on the four keys to continuous improvement.
Creating a culture of safety begins with leadership. In any organization, leadership creates the atmosphere that drives and supports the culture. Developing pillars of safety leadership provides opportunity to produce cultural change.
Engaged employees are people that are highly motivated and vested in the success of their organizations and are willing to make an extra discretionary effort in their daily work. Simply put, companies with higher percentages of engaged employees perform better than their industry peers.
Leadership must consider how this process will grow in the long-term. Creating realistic and maintainable solutions with a focus on continuous improvement allows the process to grow over time and further engage employees.
The workforce can only perform as well as the systems they work within. To continually improve the organization, there must be an understanding of what drives employee actions or why expsoures are not recognized.
Investing in workers is near impossible if you’re not within OSHA compliance. We begin OSHA Abatement with tasks such as: hazard analysis, building training programs and additional assessments
Safety Management Systems
Safety Management Systems formalize the safety process beyond regulatory compliance to manage siginificant risks in the working environment. Our model breaks the system into 5 stages.
Starting with the highest levels of an organization, Safety Leadership Teams are developed to create vision, strategy and governance at all levels. With a safety leadership team and structured support, supervisors understand their role as a safety leader.
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