The last 5 differences between the two standards are: Annex SL, Risk & Hazards, Improved Planning, “Health” Definition and updated Terminology.
It takes a high level of excellence and maintenance in the form of planning, research, workforce involvement and management commitment to continually improve the process from all levels of the organization. If there is no employee involvement and commitment from management at the very top, success is only superficial.
KPIs are not always perfect instruments of analysis and periodically require a review for effectiveness. When choosing a new safety KPI, or when reviewing the one(s) you have, keep in mind the most important aspect of a strong KPI: communication. An effective KPI is relevant to the audience and incites action.
One common issue in reactive cultures is a lack of employee engagement where management works in a silo. A process with the absence of “buy in” from the workforce is meaningless. The crux of safety is the human resource. How are employees involved? How are employees helping get in front of hazards?
Being proactive takes time, energy and intentionality. Before getting into the nuts and bolts, we’ll examine the difference between these two terms, define the problem and then look at potential solutions. Even when your resources are limited, there are ways to start and sustain proactivity.
Earlier this month, the top contractors gathered at an industry summit to exchange ideas and best practices for improving safety performance. One of the key concepts to emerge was presented by our client and Michael Gautreaux (founder of Safework Solutions). They discussed the benefits of technology for improving safety performance to achieve Goal Zero.
Safework Solutions, LLC invites you to the 2019 Louisiana Safety & Health Conference on 9/30 & 10/1. Our team will be exhibiting the latest software solutions to a safer work place. Get up to date on best practices. Learn from the industry’s thought leaders. Experience informative learning sessions . . .