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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:


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Step 1: Build supervisor leadership skills.

Support supervisors to lead the safety program.

Simply put, no one has more influence on employee behavior than front-line supervisors. Supervisors play a critical role in safety. The PeopleWork Supervisor program targets supervisory leadership capacity and helps them become more effective in their role.

The 8-week program consists of daily short video modules, bi-weekly live Zoom coaching, and then 44 weeks of ongoing weekly video learning. Get your supervisors engaged from day one.

Go to the PeopleWork Supervisor program page to find out more about supervisor leadership skills.

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Step 2: Clarify and simplify the safety message. 

Create a safety message that actually sticks.

You've tried those generic Internet slogans and tired old safety cliches that just don't work. You feel like you talk endlessly about safety but it doesn’t seem to stick. You need a simple and clear message of safety that resonates with your people. 

The problem is that there has been no formula to create it for each individual company. Until now!

Introducing PeopleWork Communications. This program saves you hours of time and frustration in finding the right message that appeals to your team specifically. In just a few hours, you will have a clear and concise message of safety. 

Go to the PeopleWork Communications program page. Click below.Go to Safety Marketing



Step 3: Engage employees with the benefits of safety.

Answer the question: what's in it for me?

For over 50 years, the safety industry has taken a wrong-headed approach to promoting safety. Regurgitating bad cliches, boring process reminders, and being focused on achieving only the bare minimum compliance targets haven't worked.

Safety conversations should create a desire for employees to step up and buy-in to safety as a lifestyle choice - not just a compliance program. You need to inspire employees to want to get behind the safety program.

Our approach resonates with employees because we focus on identifying the benefits that employees get when they choose to embrace safety. We focus on their wins. And we've identified 52.

Welcome to our new video learning program, 52 Benefits of Safety. 52 weekly videos delivered to your front-line employees. Click the link below.

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This is our plan to improve safety. What's yours?

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