Driving a Positive Safety Culture: Lessons for Safety Leaders and Management
Despite the progress that has been made towards improving workplace safety, there is still more to be done to reduce incidents and create a strong workplace culture where people not only return home in the same state they left, but where they thrive and are better for their experiences each day.
But in today’s workplace, where 86% of organisational sites operate from a negative safety culture, how do businesses unlock the next stage of their safety culture journey?
Our new study, Driving a Positive Safety Culture, combines quantitative and qualitative data to determine the key opportunities areas for organisations across industry. The report analyses responses from 21,711 workers—representing 73 sites across agriculture, construction, government, healthcare, manufacturing, mining, oil and gas and utilities industries—to provide practical recommendations for safety leaders and managers.
The report includes real-life client examples and case-studies and includes insights from:
- 5,011 interviews
- 597 hours of interviews
- 562 focus groups
- 155 observations
- 819 cultural themes, and
- 21,711 surveys.
Discover what's inside:
Driving a Positive Safety Culture provides an in-depth analysis of the study results and explores:
- Understanding safety culture
- Industry-wide safety culture maturity
- The dangers of a Public Compliance culture
- Why Private Compliance is the key to unlocking a positive safety culture
- The biggest opportunities
- Lessons from organisations doing well
- A roadmap for safety culture change
Download your free copy below to learn the results of the study and the steps you can take to shift your organisation towards a more positive safety culture.