Stop Your Employees From Taking Unnecessary Risks
Learn how to positively seek, engage, and empower your workers to stop taking unnecessary risks.
Many employers view safety as a set of rules to be read and known, as opposed to a way of life for employees, a skill set embedded in the corporate workforce, and a set of everyday habits performed in all operations. They also do not understand how OSHA guidelines work, the consequences of noncompliance, and the mental processes that lead to unsafe work practices. This topic will help those responsible for environment, health, and safety in the corporate workplace understand how to address the problems of unsafe practices, changing the corporate mission and culture, to having meaningful policies in a work environment where every employee understands safety as a personal responsibility, and also feels free to call out unsafe practices and stop work when necessary. This material will also explain real-life examples of unsafe practices across a broad spectrum of industries and causes, so you can see how culture, policies, employee trainings, and worker attitudes can lead to unsafe practices or conversely be developed to create an environment of safety.
• You will be able to define OSHA guidelines, bridging agreements, and EHS responsibilities.
• You will be able to describe the proper way to perform a Job Safety Analysis.
• You will be able to discuss a culture of safety of with your employees.
• You will be able to explain the ways that an EHS Policy fails and how it succeeds.