Here’s a business case that’s hard to ignore. Did you know that strong corporate safety cultures support efforts by companies to be more profitable and achieve a better market share in the long run?
That’s because weak or non-existent cultures of safety result in workplace accident cost increases, medical expenses, workers’ compensation payments, legal fines, loss of productivity and low employee morale.
People are apt to work harder, stay employed with an organization longer and do more to drive growth when they are provided with a safe place to work and where everyone feels valued.
The Intelex tip sheet, 10 Tactics to Improve Your Safety Culture, offers important practices to help you create a better safety culture. It dives deeper into:
- Communicating with empathy and concern
- Intolerance for non-safety conformists
- Ending the blame game