Always good to evaluate our approach and effectiveness. This is a useful for any safety professional.

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EHS Today recently blogged about “Six Strategies for Stronger Safety Culture” (click HERE to see original article)

Their points provided good advice for any sort of safety culture:

1. Accountability

Setting goals and making them visible shows confidence on the part of management. Most importantly, it shows confidence that their employees will take safety seriously enough that they have minimal injuries. Everyone has something at stake when goals are set and managed. If the goals are a management priority, management must find ways to convey that to the people that work for them.

2. Engagement

CoachingWhen you look at companies with low X-mods and a consistent record of minimal injuries, the one trait that seems common to all of them is that the workforce is engaged in the company’s safety program. Employees are involved and participate. They feel like safety is a big part of the job, and there’s no…

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