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The largest common denominator I see with the organizations I work with, who are struggling with their safety culture is that they have purchased a turnkey safety system.
The story usually evolves like this:
“We want to do a lot of work for large corporation ABC. They have a third party compliance company that verifies the safety systems of the sub-contractors they hire. We have always ‘just worked safe’ ....
Getting aggressive on cancer is the only way to beat it. Hoping that it just goes away on its own isn’t a strategy that yields tremendous results is it?
So what about in your workplace? Why is it that you let the cancerous employees, the real negative venom-spewing safety cowboy, why do you let them get away with their behaviours? The doctor doesn't stand over the patient and scold the cancer or just hope it gets in line. Cancer doesn’t have ears - or a conscience. Nor do the cancerous employees you allow to get away with disruptive and undermining safety behaviour.
“What do you want me to do--save money or save lives? You can’t have it both ways.” This quote comes from a frustrated manager who feels whipsawed by these competing values. Of course he knows the company line, “Safety comes first,” but then he adds, “But we’re not in business to be safe. We’re in business to build product.”
Many organizations face this challenge: they value safety, but maintaining a safe workplace often provides little strategic advantage. It’s easy to find ROI reasons to fund productivity, quality, and efficiency, but safety is a cost...
EHS professionals can effectively measure the performance of their programs
using the tools of business managers and the format and language of the organization’s financial analysts. The results can be integrated and displayed within an overall EHS business strategy and in a way that demonstrates an organization’s return on EHS investment (ROI).
Several increasingly popular strategies have emerged to help EHS professionals
strengthen the links between EHS performance and business value, including EMS/ISO 14000, the balanced organizational scorecard, Six Sigma,