Getting to grips with behavioural safety and recognising what a good safety culture looks like can be challenging. Safety culture has been described as the ideas and beliefs that all members of the organisation share about risk, accidents and ill health. Alternatively, it is simply ‘the way we do things round here’.
When you launch a behavioural safety initiative, you need to engage your workers by communicating and consulting with them from the outset. Use the tools you already have in place to encourage participation, and give your staff the time and opportunity to make an effective contribution. Consider specific briefings to all staff, and use the training presentation below to start the conversation.
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10-slide PowerPoint presentation