Still More Foundations for Communicating a Safety Culture

Building a sustainable safety culture requires more than just an organizational infrastructure that supports the culture. On a personal level it starts with how willing we are to lead that culture. In our last issue we suggested three ways to get started doing that. They included things like accepting leadership responsibility for the safety of […]

Foundations for Communicating a Safety Culture

I’m often asked by participants in my safety-leadership sessions what they need to do to start the process of building and leading a safety culture. And while there are many things that need to be done concurrently at an organizational level to ensure there is an infrastructure that supports a sustainable safety culture, there are […]

Making Your Safety-Leadership Coaching Count

Safety coaching is (or at least should be) a natural part of what any safety leader does on a regular basis to reinforce the safety culture. The problem, if we are honest with ourselves, is that most of us just don’t do it very well. Instead, we tend to coach spontaneously and off the cuff, […]

Still More Things That Drive Employee Engagement in a Safety Culture

Operations leaders and other safety leaders interested in strengthening the safety culture of their organization can do no better than to begin building levels of employee engagement. In our last issue we covered three proven drivers of employee engagement that any leader can use to raise levels of engagement. There we covered things like (1) […]

How to Drive Employee Engagement in a Safety Culture

In our last issue we looked at the importance of building levels of employee engagement for a stronger safety culture. Simply stated, engaged employees are safer on the job and tend to lead a safety culture rather than merely comply with it. We also saw that, in addition to driving levels of engagement, we need […]