Building soft-skills for exemplary safety performance
Despite decades of attention, the goal of zero harm continues to elude the grasp of most organisations in heavy industry. The costs of incidents—both personal and financial—continue to accumulate and represent significant roadblocks to safety performance and overall wellbeing. To counter these costs and continue to realise performance gains in safety, organisations must look beyond engineering-based control, behavioural and attitudinal solutions, and towards leadership.
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