Promote a culture of safety in the workplace

Implementing safety programs, whether mandated or aspiration-based, can be a difference-maker for organizations today. Employees at all levels must be on board with these changes.

Making health and safety part of company culture can help organizations thrive long-term.

Some workplaces are naturally more dangerous than others – all have their risks. Since there is no surefire way to take all the danger out of a business environment, the next best thing is the promotion of safety as a central part of company culture. If organizations consider the physical and mental health of employees to be a major priority, the positive effects can spread to the whole company.

These values don’t appear spontaneously. Influential employees in leadership and HR teams need to spearhead the issues, and every employee should be aware of the measures being implemented. No matter where you fit into the organizational framework, you likely have some role to play in making the workplace safer, whether that means drafting policies or simply carrying them out effectively.

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