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Description

When you think of safety culture, what comes to mind? Perhaps it is visions of hallway walls plastered with safety advisories, or the common “Safety First” banner that is hung high over the manufacturing or production floor. While these visual aids might make an organization appear safety-oriented, they are often not enough to build a true culture of safety.

A Safety Culture can be compared to a river which is fed by tributaries large and small, some of which have disappeared over the years. Although the river may look tranquil on the surface, there are many undercurrents moving in different directions; yet still, The river moves ever onward. Sometimes there is great turbulence and swift movement, while at other times the water looks almost static. Safety culture is defined by the shared beliefs, attitudes and practices that determine theSafety-Culture-IG-5 performance of an organization’s safety and health management. As it turns out, every organization has a safety culture—whether it is good or bad, healthy or weak. Even employers with the best intentions may say they value safety in the workplace, but are unable to provide the proper resources, training and communication needed to fully engage their employees to become involved. In turn, when employers do not engage workers in the process of building a safe culture, employees may not be able to recognize an unsafe work environment or feel comfortable speaking to their managers about existing safety risks. It’s no question that workplace safety should be a top priority, but organizations need to keep in mind that they will see the greatest success when everyone in the workforce is driving the commitment. Here are four steps organizations can take to ensure a strong safety culture:

Course Curriculum

    • Zero Incidents 00:25:00
    • Overview 00:30:00
    • Safety Culture 00:20:00
    • Safety Requires 00:20:00
    • What is Culture Change? 00:10:00
    • What does this mean for Safety? 00:20:00
    • Basic Safety Philosophy 00:10:00
    • Philosophy (continued) 00:20:00
    • Benefits 00:25:00
    • How can we change Culture? 00:10:00
    • Key Safety Principles 00:15:00
    • Concerns 00:10:00
    • Norms 00:25:00
    • Accountability 01:00:00
    • Prerequisites 00:10:00
    • Culture 00:30:00
    • Employee Participation 00:05:00
    • Envisioning a Desired Result 00:10:00
    • Systems Needed to Support 00:20:00
    • Culture 01:00:00
    • Commitment 00:15:00
    • Summary 01:00:00
    • General Health and Safety Assessment 4 weeks
    • Achieving New Safety Culture Training Test 00:50:00

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