Is “Ordering” Improvements Enough?
Can command and control improve safety?
According to this ABC article, Chinese government has “ordered” improvements in safety. Yet 11 people died in an accident at an Aluminum Corp. of China aluminum plant when equipment they were dismantling fell on them. The article also mentions the chemical explosion that killed 173 people in the port city of Tianjin last year.
What are you doing to improve safety?
Can you or your management “order” improvements?
Perhaps you need to learn root cause analysis and best practices and skills to make your safety program world class?
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