Companies are now starting to recognize just how critical safety culture is—not only for reducing high-risk behaviors but also for lowering accident rates, turnover, and absenteeism.
Brentwood, TN (PRWEB)
May 18, 2017
Independent research shows that developing a strong safety culture has the single greatest impact on accident reduction of any process. With this statistic in mind, leading information publisher BLR®—Business & Legal Resources will host its second annual Safety Culture conference, outlining a practical action plan to achieve positive safety outcomes through behavior-based, employee-driven programs.
At this 2-day recertification event, attendees will learn how to:
Align management and supervisors by establishing a shared vision of safety and health objectives.
- Implement processes that create more accountability for safety compliance.
- Evaluate and fine-tune incentives and disciplinary systems to ensure maximum effectiveness.
- Define safety responsibilities across an organization.
- Restructure an organization’s safety committee model to allow it to function at peak performance.
- Optimize reporting, hazard tracking, and other measurement metrics.
- Implement proven encouragement models to engage workers in safety training.
- Build essential leadership skills.
“Companies are now starting to recognize just how critical safety culture is—not only for reducing high-risk behaviors but also for lowering accident rates, turnover, and absenteeism, as well as boosting morale,” says Amanda Czepiel, JD, senior managing editor of EHS at BLR. “We’ve crafted an agenda that looks at how real companies have achieved success in this area and what others can glean from their programs and from OSHA…