In a recent study of 535 leaders representing four high-risk industries, only 12% rated themselves as highly effective at sharing a safety vision, while almost one in four rated themselves as ineffective. If this figure concerns you, it should.
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Creating and maintaining an engaging safety training program isn’t easy, but taking the time to re-evaluate the nuances of facilitation and delivery is the first step towards positive improvement and increased training ROI.
In pursuit of safety excellence, businesses invest huge amounts of money, time and energy in safety improvement initiatives. However, relatively few can pinpoint the positive effect of these on their safety culture.
How do you ensure that your team shift out of ‘holiday mode’ and refocus on their work environment and the tasks at hand—including any potential risks and hazards that might jeopardise their personal safety and the safety of their colleagues?
Many factors influence the safety performance of individuals in an organisation. Some are clearly outside the direct control of leaders—but others can be influenced, if not controlled, through the organisation's safety culture.
In 2012, Sentis was engaged to help a global firm to improve safety performance and increase safety leadership knowledge and skills. Results included a 8-17% improvement in safety leadership behaviours.