4 Effective Ways To Build A Safety Culture

A solid safety program is the first step to preventing accidents and creating a safer workplace. However, the best results are achieved when safety goes beyond a set of requirements and become a normal part of doing business. A safety culture requires a company-wide effort, and the responsibility cannot be delegated to workers and supervisors alone. Executives and managers should also get involved in safety, providing the necessary training and resources.

Safety leadership is a potential area of improvement in US workplaces, and this is reflected in the figures published by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The latest data available covers 2019, with 888,200 accidents involving days away from work, and 5,333 fatalities across all business sectors.This represents more than 2,400 accidents and 14 fatalities per day.

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