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. But getting safety buy-in from employees takes a different approach. Here's our plan:
Step 1: build supervisor leadership skills
No one has more influence in safety than front-line supervisors. So give them the leadership skills they need.
Step 2: clarify and simplify the safety message
One clear and concise safety message that becomes the foundation of your safety communications.