On October 23rd, 2014, we updated our
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FACT• For behavioural change to be truly effective, it has to be all encompassing.• It must be applied in all areas of the business, not just at the operative level.
What do you want to achieve?• How clear is the message what you want to achieve?• How do you communicate your vision?• Are your initiatives always followed through?• Would your employees agree with you?
Get the base line created
Is management providing correct resources?
Who leads on safety? SM FLS OPERATIVE
How do your supervisors/leaders perform?
Who is beating your drum?
How do you ‘Sell’ safety?• We want a lower AFR• We want less Lost Time Accidents• We want less RIDDOR’s• We want less negative PR• We want to improve safety performance• WE is generally management!
Do it or you could die!•‘It won’t happen to me!’
FACT• Employees will ‘Buy-in’ to ideas once they have been ‘sold’ to correctly• They will not do things because you want them to, but because they see the benefits of doing it within themselves-SELF SUPERVISING
FACT• It’s the employees of the business who will achieve the managements objectives.
Not everyone sees the world in the same way
Can safety be cool?
Creating results through competition• People are not interested in health and safety to the degree that we would like them to be.• They are interested in competition.• Competition creates pride and results.• How is safety recognised at present?
• IF YOU REALLY WANT TO DO SOMETHING YOU WILL FIND A WAY TO DO IT CORRECTLY• IF YOU DON’T WANT TO DO IT, YOU WILL FIND AN EXCUSE OF WHY YOU CAN’T