Category: Safety Culture

The articles here will show you how to build safety culture, and maintain it when you do. We’ll talk motivation technique, incentives, employee contests, recognition programs, and other safety awareness methods.

Improving Safety Culture with Technology

A strong safety culture reduces workplace accidents, lowers healthcare costs, and fosters a sense of value and protection among employees, enhancing job satisfaction and loyalty. Engaged employees are more vigilant, adhere to safety protocols, and actively participate in safety initiatives, creating a cycle of continuous safety improvement. The synergy between safety culture and employee engagement […]

Learning from Workplace Incidents: Insights for EHS Professionals

In the realm of environment, health, and safety (EHS), workplace incidents serve as invaluable learning opportunities. Every incident, whether minor or major, provides EHS professionals with insights into potential hazards, organizational weaknesses, and opportunities for improvement. By analyzing and understanding the root causes of incidents, EHS professionals can implement proactive measures to prevent future occurrences, […]

Katie Martin

EHSDA Shorts: What is the Importance of Worker Safety and Environmental Responsibility for Gen Z?

In this episode of EHSDA Shorts, Katie Martin, Director of Sustainability of Avetta, explains the importance of worker safety and environmental responsibility for Gen Z. This clip was taken from a webinar titled “Panel Session/Town Hall | Future-Proof Your Safety Program: A Panel Discussion About Safety Culture” as part of EHS Safety Culture NOW.” The full […]

Cultivating Safety Culture: Strategies for Achieving Safety Buy-In

Beyond rigorous protocols and comprehensive management, a successful health and safety strategy requires an engaged culture that resonates in every aspect of an organization. Achieving safety buy-in is a crucial milestone in fostering this culture, as it involves not only compliance but a genuine commitment from every individual. In this article, we’ll explore and highlight […]

EHS On Tap E198: Building a Strong Safety Culture

On episode 198 of EHS On Tap, Cameron Strother, senior EHS manager, Skanska, talks about building a strong safety culture.

Realizing the Benefits of Safety Plans

Written safety plans are often the foundation of an organization’s safety program – spelling out safety goals, identifying hazards and controls, outlining standards and training, documenting procedures, specifying roles and responsibilities, and establishing lines and methods of communication and feedback. There are many regulations for which OSHA felt it necessary to require a written safety […]

EHSDA Shorts: Best of 2023, Part 2

As we near the end of the year, we’re taking a look back at some of our highlights from 2023. For our latest EHSDA Shorts feature, we are sharing some insights from some of our favorite guests this year. Leading By Example On this episode of EHSDA Shorts, we hear from Christina Roll, Casualty Risk […]

Faces of EHS: Jason Kunz on Taking an Offensive Approach to Safety

With over a decade of experience with the 3M company in a variety of technical and leadership roles, Jason Kunz demonstrates his passion for the safety and health profession across multiple platforms. He uses his voice to amplify the profession and the professional. His journey has inspired a commitment to building professional communities that ensure an […]