Program Design and Implementation
Achieve outcomes with ROI from your custom safety program.
Engaged Employees are 5 TIMES LESS likely that non-engaged employees to have a lost-time safety incident.
Disengaged employees are TWICE as likely to be injured on the job as engaged employees.
Assess the impact of occupational injuries and illnesses on your profitability.
- What is the average cost of an injury?
- Raise Awareness how occupational injuries and illnesses can impact profitability
Raise Awareness = Reduced Accidents = Increased Bottom Line
A comprehensive Safety Program is a puzzle with many pieces. Eliminate any one piece and the puzzle is incomplete. The Safety Performance Program piece completes the puzzle.
Measure Safety Indicators
“A positive incentive program encourages or rewards workers for reporting injuries, illnesses, near-misses, or hazards; and/or recognizes, rewards, and thereby encourages worker involvement in the safety and health management system. Such an incentive program can be a good thing and an acceptable part of a quality safety and health system.”
David Michaels, Assistant Secretary of Labor for the
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Incorporating Leading Indicators in Safety Incentive Programs:
- Reporting Near-Misses
- Reporting Unsafe Conditions
- Participate in Safety Audit
- Conduct Safety Observation
- Attend Safety Meeting
- Participate in Root-Cause Investigation
- Safety Suggestion
- Conduct Safety Meeting, Safety Talks
- On-The-Spot Recognition
- Proper Use of PPE