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- EUR: €2
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- INR: ₹163
- BDT: ৳ 209
- IRR: ﷼84,020
This course includes:
Badge on Completion
Certificate of completion
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.
When managers show a visible commitment to safety, the workforce will follow suit. Managers should educate themselves on all organizational safety policies and ensure employees do the same. Holding everyone, including management, accountable for following all safety policies and procedures is essential to promoting a safe work environment, in addition to ensuring that backup plans are in place if safety concerns arise.
If trust between employees and management does not exist, a successful safety culture cannot exist either. Managers can strengthen communication lines by establishing an open door policy that encourages employees to voice their opinions about safety concerns. In turn, employees can hold their managers accountable for safety protocols. By making safety communication a two-way dialogue, managers and employees can foster a respectful working environment with improved morale and increased productivity.
A safety-minded workforce with a keen understanding for safety protocols helps curb potential hazards before they occur, allowing employees to take responsibility for their own safety and the safety of those around them. Developing interactive and engaging training sessions to guide new hire learning is also helpful.
Managers should not be the only ones leading the workforce toward a strong safety culture. They can involve employees by listening to their input and including them in order to determine safety solutions. Also consider establishing a safety committee that gives employees the opportunity to showcase their leadership and knowledge of safety procedures, and provide rewards and recognition for employees to go above and beyond. It is far easier to envision a healthy safety culture when the entire workforce is committed to success.
- 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
- Norms 00:25:00
- Accountability 01:00:00
- Prerequisites 00:10:00
- Systems Needed to Support 00:20:00
- Culture 01:00:00
- Commitment 00:15:00
- Summary 01:00:00
- Achieving New Safety Culture Training Test 00:50:00
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