Tag: Safety Culture
To advocate for change, safety professionals need to have a seat at the table. And to gain that seat, they need to speak the language of the others at the table.
The Air Force can’t take any chances in keeping service members safe. That’s why they call on Dr. Love to produce corny training videos. Yes—you read that right.
After he was hired, David White reduced Campbell’s injury rate by 90%. His workforce health and safety secret? Executive accountability and tone at the top.
Writes Terry Mathis: “World-class safety organizations have a vision of success they are working toward, not a vision of failure they are working away from.”
Step 1: You’ve built a strong foundation to create a safety culture in your organization. Step 2: Now that you’ve updated your mindset, it’s time to update your EHS platform.
Companies with excellent workplace safety records tend to have a few things in common. They’ve adopted the habits that fuel effective safety cultures.
Whatever you do for a living, and wherever you work, there’s plenty to learn from the 13 firms named to EHS Today’s 2018 list of America’s Safest Companies.
By targeting habits, any organization can expose unsafe behaviors, adopt new ones, and establish a true safety culture. Here’s how three companies did it.
From how habits get formed to how they get broken, read some lessons on workplace behaviors and organizational routines from the Power of Habit.