Archives for June 2013

Protected: Reinforcing Stop-Work Authority for a Safety Leadership Culture

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Building Safety Ownership in Front-Line Employees (Part 2)

Last issue we talked about the benefits of putting front-line employees in charge of leading safety meetings.  Not only does this impart safety ownership for a safety culture to those who are most at risk, but it also helps to instill confidence in them to begin leading safety in every aspect of the job.

Building Employee Ownership for Safety Leadership

One of the best ways to build safety leadership skills in front-line employees is to put them in charge of leading safety meetings in the company.

Safety Leadership: It’s Not Just for the (en)Titled

When creating a safety leadership culture we tend to focus on building leadership capability in those who have official management titles in the organization and who supervise people.  That’s important to do, but it would be a mistake to leave it at that.

A Safety Leadership Walkthrough Tool

We’re at the end of our series on how to conduct more meaningful safety leadership walkthroughs, but before we bring this series to a close, I want to leave you with a tool that we use for conducting safety-leadership walkthroughs and that may be helpful to you as well.