Archives for April 2014

Building Employee Engagement for a Stronger Safety Culture (part 3)

The first step to building levels of employee engagement is to engage in workforce differentiation to build a stronger safety culture.  It’s a common “rookie” mistake of first time supervisors and managers to want to treat everyone on the team in the exact same way: ” I just treat everyone the same because I want […]

Building Employee Engagement for a Stronger Safety Culture (part 2)

The primary reasons building employee engagement matters for a safety culture is that engaged employees are (1) five times less likely to get hurt on the job, (2) seven times less likely to have a lost-time injury than all other categories of employees, and (3) end up costing the organization one-sixth of that of other […]

Building Employee Engagement for a Stronger Safety Culture (part 1)

One key to building a stronger safety culture is to first build levels of employee engagement.  An engaged employee thinks and acts like an owner, and because of that they not only remain safer on the job, but they are also much more likely to help you lead a safety culture.  We’re defining an engaged […]