Do you want to meet safety standards higher than the basic legal duty?
A strong safety culture is increasingly seen as one of the cornerstones of a robust occupational health and safety system. Developing a strong safety culture, one in which employees are committed to protecting themselves and their colleagues, supported by all levels of management, is good for business.
- Attract and retain talent
- Avoid the cost and disruption resulting from accidents and occupational ill health
- Rest easy knowing your people are safe
Getting it right – implementing a strong safety culture Webinar
A recent survey, facilitated by Make UK canvassing EHS specialists and senior managers across the UK, reveals many firms rate their safety culture as low on the maturity scale. In this on-demand webinar we dive into the findings of the report and draw solutions on how to implement and create a long-lasting workplace safety culture.
A process for safety culture change
How do you objectively evaluate your safety culture maturity? How can you gauge – and shape – c-suite support? How do you get people to look after themselves and their colleagues at all times?
An effective safety culture takes time and focus to develop. Experts at Make UK can help.
Want to know how? Read about our process for safety culture change.