In the third and final part of the Creating a Safety Culture series, we'll discuss how you can show employees your commitment as well as encourage and reward them as they become more safety-focused.
Implementing a safety culture is best achieved when you start at the top and when those at the top make it a priority to lead by example.
You have decided to get your company and your employees on par with safety. Now what? This may sound like a huge uphill battle for some. As you are reading this, some of you may be thinking “No way too hard to accomplish” or “I really don’t want to be a safety cop all the time”. You may be surprised as to how easy it can be to start getting safety into the forefront of everyone’s mind and start creating a Safety Culture at your facility. Start driving down EMR (Experience Modification Rate), claims expenses, and property damage and start saving more money.
Last year, the abundance of “whys” caused us to step back and rethink how we approach our training programs and educational opportunities for members. This led us to the creation of the new Box Truck Training.