Improve safety performance through an inclusive approach to safety culture
Business processes and workflows in isolation will not improve health and safety performance. Often, it simply comes down to the willingness of employees to support safety performance.
Without an inclusive safety culture in place, many organisations face an uphill struggle to remain complaint, especially if they have a large, dispersed workforce and multiple contractors to contend with.
Organisations need to move beyond their basic health and safety requirements as effective health and safety doesn’t happen behind desks. Involving employees more widely in promoting a positive, inclusive safety culture, and encouraging them to actively talk safety can significantly increase local engagement and drive improvements in safety behaviours.
Giving employees a safety voice
Join us for an informative 30-minute webinar on Thursday 14th September at 3pm to hear from our experts discussing:
- Common challenges faced in embedding an inclusive safety culture
- Moving towards a “one culture” approach
- How you can promote an inclusive safety culture through health and safety software to improve safety performance and behaviours.
Places are limited so please don’t hesitate to register should you wish to attend.