We’re celebrating the third week of National Safety Month. This week we’re focusing on how vital it is to feel safe on the job.
Being able to be one’s self at work without fear of retaliation is necessary for an inclusive safety culture. Leading organizations focus not only on physical safety, but psychological safety as well.
Week 3 Tools & Resources:
Safety professionals are quick to stress that meaningful change doesn’t happen overnight, and can only be accomplished by creating structural transformation centered on increasing acceptance and opportunities for minorities in the workforce.
Building a team that can talk about mistakes, near misses, or new ideas calls for a different kind of safety— where employees feel included, accepted, & safe.
By targeting habits, any organization can expose unsafe behaviors, adopt new ones, and establish a true safety culture. Here’s how three companies did it.
Employee complaints are the number 1 reason why OSHA decides to investigate employers. So why do so many businesses ignore employees’ health & safety concerns?
Next Week: Advance Your Safety Journey
Safety is all about continuous improvement. Whether organizationally or individually, we’ll collect some tools to provide guidance for your path forward.
Make sure you check out NSC’s site to find even more resources (NSC Members, make sure you log in to grab an even larger selection of tools)
Stay safe out there!