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The concept of safety culture has gained more attention in high-hazard industries as more safety practitioners see the influence that workers’ attitudes and behaviors have on the causes and effects of workplace incidents.
1. IN A POSITIVE SAFETY CULTURE, NOTHING TAKES PRECEDENT OVER SAFE WORK UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.
The workforce never feels as if safe work procedures are an obstacle to getting their tasks done correctly, on time, and without reprimand.
So, if your employees are continuing to take safety risks despite your focus on making safety a priority, you may need to evaluate how effective the communication is between your company’s management and its workforce.
Because sometimes, the most innocent comment of urgency may influence workers to speed up, take short-cuts, and neglect existing safety practices.
2. IN A POSITIVE SAFETY CULTURE, ALL PERSONNEL, FROM THE FRONT LINE TO THE SENIOR LEADERSHIP, SHARE THE SAME RESPONSIBILITY FOR SAFE WORK.
If you want to keep your workforce safe, accountability is key.
Complacency and ineffective safety-related communication can lead to lapses in accountability if your company has a negative safety culture.
At a high-hazard operation with a negative safety culture, workers often feel that supervisors and company managers have little concern for their well-being.
3. IN A POSITIVE SAFETY CULTURE, THE SAFETY SYSTEM IS INFORMED BY THE WORKFORCE, NOT DESIGNED AND ENFORCED ONLY BY MANAGEMENT.
Even if you think you have a great, positive safety culture, your workers’ input is critical to ensure it actually works to reduce incidents.
Because it needs to be in their language and suited to their needs and the pressures of their jobs.
Workers will disregard official safe work procedures if they are difficult to understand, use technical vocabulary or jargon, or are in an entirely different language than what your workforce speaks!
4. IN A POSITIVE SAFETY CULTURE, EXISTING SAFETY SYSTEMS ARE CONSTANTLY DEVELOPED AND IMPROVED.
So, you’ve had a period of incident-free work and you think your safety systems are up-to-par.
But are you going to wait for the next accident to put your practices back into question?
Or can you make changes every day to ensure that your system continues to be up-to-par and prevent incidents before they happen (#proactivesafety)?
The answer is yes, of course. You can make changes to prevent accidents every day.
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