I get asked to visit companies and diagnose why their behavioral safety program has “lost steam” or never got off the ground to begin with. Inevitably, I find the whole program is run by the safety department and few anointed safety enthusiasts who do the observations or supervisors, who have observations cards to complete on top of mounds of other paperwork. Employee involvement is nonexistent.
That Zero Harm goal on all the posters may seem insurmountable. A more fruitful path is to get to the numbers behind the number… a path to get you below zero. Let’s learn how some companies achieve Below Zero…
The written simulcast blog can be found on Safety-Doc.com where you can see the graphs referred to in this podcast.
“It’s just my bad luck to have a dad that’s a safety geek” my son exclaimed.
The issue between my oldest son and his safety-consultant dad had to do with wearing elbow and knee pads.
So you can imagine how I felt when I drove up the driveway and saw him doing his boarding with no pads.
See the simulcast blog on Safety-Doc.com