Entries Tagged as 'Teams and Committees'
March 6th, 2017 · Comments
Tags: General · Behavior Based Safety · Employee Involvement · Organizational Safety Culture · Change Management · Lean Behavior-Based Safety · Case Study · Teams and Committees · Behaviour-Based Safety
December 16th, 2013 · Comments
Greetings everyone, this podcast recorded while in my home in TX. I’d like to share an article Terry Mathis wrote, published September 2013 in IndustryWeek Magazine. The published article can either be found on the magazine’s website or under Insights at www.ProActSafety.com.
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Have a great week!
Shawn M. Galloway
Tags: General · Safety Management · Employee Involvement · Articles · Safety Incentives and Rewards · Leading Safety · Teams and Committees · Safety Culture and Performance Excellence Strategy · Safety Culture Excellence · Safety Excellence Strategy
March 18th, 2013 · Comments
This workshop will focus on the attributes that are needed to form a successful Safety Committee. It will also help explore what the Safety Committee will be responsible for to create and sustain a successful safety program. The objectives for this workshop include: 1. Develop a focus on transformational opportunities. 2. Teach the team how to accomplish a Transformational Pareto Analysis that identifies the significant few behavioral and variable leverage points for safety improvement. 3. Develop the committee's capability to focus, develop and prioritize action plans and effectively communicate status and success of efforts. 4. Help the committee to discovery-learn the most important items to focus on and develop ownership needed in a behavioral approach to safety. 5. Create a culturally-shared perception that the site safety committee is successful and worthy of volunteer effort. 6. Create a successful committee that prompts other employees to seek out opportunities to become involved. 7. Create a sense of self-accountability among the team for what they need to do to create the desirable results. 8. Create a team capable of driving internally-led change that produces a significant reduction in incident rates and exposure to risk, but also increases shared-ownership for safety excellence.
For more information contact ProAct Safety at 936.273.8700 or info (at) ProActSafety.com
For more detailed strategies to achieve and sustain excellence in performance and culture, pick up a copy of our book, STEPS to Safety Culture Excellence, available through WILEY (publisher), Amazon or Barnes and Noble.
Shawn M. Galloway ProAct Safety www.ProActSafety.com