It’s been a while since we’ve released an addition to our “10 Things” e-book safety series, so we’re pleased to announce our latest addition, “10 Things You Absolutely Must Know About Conducting Meaningful Safety-Leadership Walk-Throughs.”
Whether you call them site visits, management walk-arounds, leadership walk-throughs, supervisor engagements, or something else, it’s imperative for purposes of leadership and relationship-building that you spend a significant amount of time with your workforce in their environment. But just visiting the plant, the line, the work site, or a field location in a random and unplanned way often results in missed opportunities to lead both personal safety and process safety. There’s a better way, and this e-book defines what that is.
The e-book covers the gamut of skills and know-how required to turn your safety audits or management walk-arounds into intelligence gathering leadership engagements.
The “10 Things” collection is growing and we’ll steadily add more volumes to the series as needed. Here are some brief descriptions of the other e-books available so far:
Currently our best seller, this e-book asks and answers questions like, How can you lead a safety revolution in your organization? What is a safety-leadership culture and how does it benefit you? What still holds us back from taking compliance to the level of culture? How do we effectively communicate safety so that people want to be safe and want to follow our message? And how do we improve the quality of our safety communication and safety engagements? This is a handy reference that will have you walking in the right direction to build a safety culture through safety leadership.
A practical e-book that asks and answers questions like, How do you–should you–coach safety performance and behaviors, safety engagements, safety meetings, and improvements to a safety leadership? How do you develop safety leaders and maintain a strong and sustainable safety-leadership culture? Training is a good start, but only post-training coaching can turn skills into real-world competencies. How do you enlist help and develop other coaches? This e-book will walk you step-by-step through how to do just that.
Some are certainly better than others, but most could still stand improvement. We’re referring to safety meetings and the way they’re conducted, in whatever form they may take or in whatever venue they may be held. All too often, meetings are read, not led as they should be. We are often far too tethered to our notes, our slides, our JSA forms, or our tailgate-meeting checklist to conduct a safety meeting that actually accomplishes the goal of raising safety awareness in the workforce. So what’s the best way to conduct these meetings? Here are ten tips on how to make your safety meetings more effective and engaging.
Although not technically part of our “10 Things” series, this easy-to-read e-book is designed as a comprehensive, Do-It-Yourself guide that walks you step-by-step through the implementation of our safety-leadership program–the same program we use with our client organizations to achieve record-setting safety performance. This is a whitepaper-style e-book that lays out the entire program in an understandable way and will prove to be an invaluable reference as you lead your own organization from compliance to culture.
All of these are are available in our safetyBUILT-IN Store.
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