When thinking about how to develop a strong safety culture, it’ll come as no surprise that it’s heavily reliant on the relationships between your workers and your leaders.
Are your workers role modelling unhelpful safety behaviours? Learn how you can improve your safety results with positive safety role modelling instead.
Psychology-based safety training programs target employee attitudes, beliefs and behaviours and lead to financial benefits beyond injury reduction.
Strong safety leadership rests on the ability to influence a safety culture driven by the intrinsic motivation of every individual team member.
Explore the fundamental safety leadership soft-skills required to effectively encourage a culture of Safety Citizenship and exemplary safety performance.
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.
How do you capture and sustain team attention and engagement during safety prestarts? Here’s seven quick and easy strategies to get you started.
Recent research indicates that leaders consistently rate themselves higher than their teams when it comes to safety leadership ability.
Only 1 in 4 leaders demonstrate strong safety leadership behaviours, according to our latest study of 8747 employees across heavy industry.
In companies that enjoy a positive safety culture, what are leaders doing differently?
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