Safety Leadership

Building a Proactive Safety Culture (SFL03)


Description
Have you ever found yourself dealing with an accident at work and thinking there must have been some way to stop it happening in the 1st place? A reactive safety culture means accidents, incidents, and issues are only dealt with when it’s too late to prevent them. But is there a more effective way of dealing with safety issues?

A proactive safety culture is all about keeping 1 step ahead. If you can resolve an issue early, it’s less likely to lead to a safety mishap later. Not only is a proactive safety culture better for workers’ health, it also brings other benefits – such as lowered costs – to the business. Building a proactive safety culture might involve changing the way things are done in your workplace. We’ll show you different strategies you can use to accomplish that.

By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:

• Distinguish between proactive and reactive safety culture to ensure safety success
• Explain the benefits of developing a proactive safety culture for improved safety leadership
• Apply strategies to build a proactive safety culture successfully

Why take this course?

Anyone working in health and safety, human resources, or leadership roles will find this course ideal. You’ll learn about how proactive safety culture is different from reactive safety culture, the advantages of building a proactive safety culture, and some strategies to help you successfully develop a proactive safety culture.

10 mins | SCORM | Takeaway Tasks

Content
  • Building a Proactive Safety Culture
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed