5 Most Popular Blogs on Building a Safety Culture

A strong safety culture proves to result in many benefits, including lower injury rates, increased ability to retain existing staff and attract new staff, as well as higher return on investment...

Safety Culture vs. Safety Climate: The Differences and Indicators

Safety culture and safety climate are related yet different concepts, the use of which could be confusing. This blog will further explain the distinction in these two concepts and their...

[Webinar] Building a Safety Culture: Improving Safety and Health Management in the Construction Industry

"Safety and health considerations need to permeate all levels of a construction company’s culture, informing decisions, planning, activities and behaviors. It is not enough to simply have safety...

Top 5 Reasons Companies Invest In Current Safety Management Practices

The benefits of a strong safety culture are increasingly recognized, leading companies to realize the difference a passive approach makes in comparison to an active one. Companies that passively...

7 Aspects of A World Class Safety Program (Part 2)

We’ve discussed the three aspects of a world-class safety program, the importance placed on which showed the most striking difference between 2012 and 2015, according to the SmartMarket Report’s...

[Whitepaper] How To Implement An Effective Health And Safety Training Process

While nearly all of the 2016 SmartMarket Report survey respondents (97%) indicated that their companies provide environmental health and safety (EH&S) training, fewer (87%) stated that their...

Aspects of A World-Class Safety Program: Trends & Applications

The term “world-class,” in short, indicates being among the best. Having the best safety program means having the highest quality, most effective, and cutting edge safety program that moves the...

[With Infographic] The ROI of Workplace Safety Practices: 3 Key Areas

Workplace safety practices result in lower injury rates. Yet beyond saving lives, occupational health and safety investment gains advantages in other areas of a business as well, including...

Safety Leadership: Jobsite Workers’ Role in Building Safety Culture

This year Labor Rights Week focused on reminding ALL U.S workers their right to a safe, healthy and hazard-free workplace. As employers, it’s critical to protect your workers by building a strong...

Safety Culture Definition and What It Means to Organization Leaders

According to OSHA’s definition, in a strong safety culture, “everyone feels responsible for safety and pursues it on a daily basis; employees go beyond the “call of duty” to identify unsafe...

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