What is the state of safety in 2016? What are the challenges we are facing and the opportunities for success? We outline five areas of focus for leaders as they take their organizations into a safer future.
The first step to driving engagement is to understand why it matters. More than just a ""nice to do"" effective employee engagement can transform the organization especially when it comes to safety performance.
Getting a measure of injuries and incidents can tell leaders a lot about the state of safety in the organization. But when we dig deeper we discover predictive signals of injury causation.
Companies are looking for ways to align not only the long-term goals of strategy, but are also searching for an approach that will unify employees with a shared goal. Learn how safety fits this approach.
Safety is not a program, but an integral business function that is influenced by, and in turn influences, operational execution. To integrate safety within the organization and help advance performance, there are four disciplines to follow.
Safety management systems work best when they are integrated into a holistic approach that brings together the entire organization.