Safety Culture Change

At my company, we are engaged in a safety culture change. It's early in the game, but I'm happy to say that we already have some success factors going for us including:

- support of the CEO and the management team

- safety improvement goals, driven down through the organization

- a safety policy that says that safety is every individual's responsibility

- a proactive safety improvement process that not only looks at actual incidents (i.e., injuries and MVAs), but also examines "near misses" and encourages identification of hazardous conditions before accidents occur

- a comprehensive safety program that includes a heavy emphasis on training

- employee involvement through local safety committees where union and management work together to improve safety

- a nascent safety website where safety policy and procedure manuals and other resources will be a click away

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