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.
As the upstream oil and gas market ramps back for many contractors, OS&H expectations remain consistently stringent. Increased scrutiny of OS&H management systems and compliance is the norm. Major oil and gas companies expect quality, cost-effective services delivered safely. Simply put, safety performance can be the differentiator in today’s competitive market place. However, companies do […]
Organizations often face an uphill challenge demonstrating a proactive safety process and backing it up with tangible evidence of continual and continuous improvements. Safework Suite™ software provides an easy to use and cost-effective solution for small or large companies looking to improve their Occupational Safety and Health management system. Safework Suite’s integrated corrective action tool […]