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Safety First

A summary of the key elements in an effective safety programme

Aaron Tait-Jones

on 28 May 2015

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Transcript of Safety First

Safety 'the first element of effective leadership'
Developing an effective safety culture
The four core elements to developing a safety culture are:
1 Leadership
2 Training and competency
3 Culture
4 Systems and procedures
Training and Competency
People must know what behaviors are expected. All employees should be trained and competent for safety. The start point is developing a hearts and minds approach using 'Safety Culture Training' at induction.
Developing a safety culture is the underpinning factor in developing an effective safety programme. It consists of Attitudes and Behaviours.

i.e Workshop discussions to create relevance, meaning and understanding.
Systems and Procedures
A good programme has effective underpinning systems and procedures that accurately reflect the goal and vision.

i.e.Quadrupal certification (9001, 14001, 18001, WSMP.

Discipline through Justifiable Cause / recognition and reward, audit and review.
By example - what you say, what you measure and record gets done.
Demonstrable, visable, felt, based on people and family. Always first on the Agenda.
Mentoring and coaching
Support leaders by providing mentoring, coaching and training
Imperative to an effective safety programme but often ignored.
Influences by creating a sence of common purpose, and understanding of consequence (positive and negative).
Ever heard the saying "what you walk past you accept"?
Behaviours need to be identified and explained.
i.e. Hearts and minds, and Compliance Training
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