Ten Indicators that your Company may have a Safety Culture Problem
A safety culture is difficult to measure, but there are some indicators that alert us to problems.
- There is no visible commitment from leadership.
- When there are competing priorities, safety comes in second.
- Workers feel uncomfortable reporting safety issues to their supervisors.
- Safety is viewed as more of a cost than an investment.
- Injuries and illnesses are sometimes swept under the rug.
- Safety issues are dealt with in an untimely and inefficient manner.
- Workers do not have the power or resources to find and fix problems as they see them.
- Managers are never seen on the shop floor with the workers.
- Safety is not part of the everyday conversation.
- Workers are blamed for accidents.
Do any of these sound familiar? If you identify problems like those listed above, you can improve your facility’s safety culture. We’re excited to welcome Brian A. Tink and Brian W. Tink back to the Global TapRooT® Summit to share their popular 2-day Pre-Summit course, “TapRooT® Analyzing and Fixing Safety Culture Issues.”
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