You’ve made environmental, health and safety your career, but don’t be surprised if your team members don’t share your quest for knowledge and success.
There’s one factor that best-in-class safety programs share: the ongoing commitment to improving their safety strategies.
When it comes to cultivating a culture of safety at work, the right training procedures can make all the difference in the world.
Many dictionaries define safety as “the state of being safe.” This makes it sound like safety is just a concept that cannot be influenced or controlled. It also makes one think that safety is static – as if you don’t have to do anything in order to be safe.
Have you ever attended a meeting in your workplace that began with someone informally presenting a Safety Share? If you typically work in an office environment, you’ve probably wondered why your organization even requires these for non-field employees. How could you possibly benefit?