Employees do not take risks and shortcuts with the intention to get themselves or someone else injured, instead they simply do what they think is expected by their managers and what they see other people doing around them. In other words, safety is rooted in the culture of an organization.
Creating a good safety culture is a continuous improvement process that has to be proactively managed from the top with involvement of people at every level of the organization. Our approach, refined over decades of doing this ourselves, backed by research and in-the-field results, helps organizations commit to the health and well-being of every employee in a way that is engaging, memorable and sustainable. This approach is centered around three key things:
While many organizations share similar safety goals, every organization faces a unique mix of challenges on their journey to safety excellence. To accurately identify these challenges so we can create an appropriate strategic approach, we utilize our assessments.
Researched, developed and refined over decades, our assessments give you a clear picture of the safety landscape across your entire organization, identifying and prioritizing areas of improvement. Assessments include safety perception survey, the safety leadership assessment and the worksite assessment.
We believe in a philosophy of continuous improvement, and will equip your organization with the mindset, processes, tools and techniques that enable you to embed a culture of sustainable improvement long after we’ve left.
To engage everyone from the executive office to the frontline, we deliver targeted training and workshops with concepts and examples everyone can understand, relate to and remember.
Safety has to start with the senior team – it can’t be delegated. We help management teams build a culture of safety excellence by demonstrating visible commitment and integrating safety into the way they run their operation.
Our programs for senior teams provide the skills to effectively lead safety and influence employee behavior in a way that positively impacts safety culture.