Management Leadership

A committed management unit would provide clearly defined objectives and goals for organizational safety behavior. They would finance the activities of safety through purchases and resource allocations. Every level of management would value safety practices and accomplishments as much as regulatory compliance to water quality.

Steps to implement leadership commitment to safety are:

  • Writing or personally signing a clearly defined safety policy that acknowledges safety and health as important as productivity, water quality, regulatory compliance, and customer service.
  • Communicating the policy and values to all levels of the organization
  • Visually set examples of safety behavior and demonstrate actions consistent of a safety culture.
  • Allocate resources for safety and health
  • Hold all levels of the organization accountable for safety performance

Go beyond OSHA compliance!

Safety consulting services

This group is designed to give you all of the support and resources needed to:

  • Grow your safety culture
  • Improve worker participation
  • Get continued training in safety
  • Reduce the friction between management and workers
  • Monthly webinars and Q & A sessions
  • Safety presentation downloads

First month free and cancel at any time!

$35/month for individual members

Bonus: Get our Introduction to OSHA 6-series video course for free!

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