By: Lori Siegelman
Why do some safety programs create real change within their organizations, when others don’t seem to make a significant difference? Often, the answer is effective employee involvement.
Employee involvement means participation by employees at every level and in every department of an organization—not just hourly or line workers, or the one or two people with the word “safety” in their job titles. To facilitate that, the organization’s leadership must provide frequent, consistent communication that informs employees of safety procedures and that reinforces clear expectations that they must be followed.
Keep reading for Lori Siegelman’s tips for fostering employee engagement in safety in a preview of her upcoming webinar on December 15. Read More