Safety improvement through employee buy-in.
Most companies don’t have faulty safety procedures. They have a lack of buy-in to those procedures from employees.
So, when safety performance drops, is the right approach to double-down on rules enforcement? Of course not. And this is where companies make a big mistake.
Improving safety performance isn't done through more enforcement of rules and procedures. It's done by getting more employees to buy-in to the safety program.
But that takes a different approach and a plan.
The 3-Step Plan for Safety Buy-in
Step 1: supervisor leadership skills
A 12-week leadership and coaching program designed to improve the influence of frontline supervisors.
Step 2: clarify the safety message
A program to clarify and simplify your safety message that becomes the foundation of your safety communications.