Safety culture step by step
Working on safety culture in the company is an innovative extension of classic technical, organizational and personal occupational safety and health that focuses on every employee.
It has been proven that organizations that work on their safety culture increase employee satisfaction, motivation and participation, as well as productivity and quality of work. And as a result, organizations move closer to their ideal of a "Vision Zero" vision, as unsafe conditions and accidents are sustainably reduced.
Our service is based on scientifically validated empirical values and works with intelligent digital as well as non-digital tools. It increases safety wherever people work - regardless of the industry.
Key success factors are:
- implementation based on proven quality-oriented methods,
- practice- and result-orientation,
- measurable results and targeted evaluation.
Therefore, all recommendations and measures for implementing a safety culture are consistently aligned with the needs and objectives of your company.
Behaviour based safety step by step
Analysis of the safety culture
Occupational safety specialists and industrial psychologists analyze the current safety situation in the company. Two different analysis methods are available for this purpose, depending on the characteristics of the existing safety culture.
A) The general state of the safety culture can be determined by means of a site-specific audit, which covers compliance in occupational health and safety but also behaviour.
B) With the help of workshops, the supporting and hindering details within the culture can be identified and thus measures for improvement can be derived.
Solutions / Interventions
After determining where your safety culture currently is within a five-level maturity model, we help your company reach the next level of safety culture with innovative systems and tools.
Our experts support your company in guiding employees to take on more personal responsibility in occupational safety, thus improving the safety culture in the long term. The measures are integrated into existing safety systems and reinforce their effectiveness through the people-centered approach.
Analysis, planning and implementation require review in the final step. How have the potential improvements identified in the initial measurement changed? Where do adjustments have to be made in order to achieve the defined goals? After a period of time agreed upon with you, the evaluation provides answers to these questions and a continuation of the measures ensures further improvements.
In the course of a continuous improvement process, the analysis can be repeated at will and thus become part of a PDCA cycle (PDCA = Plan, Do, Check, Act). The latter pursues the goal of achieving a continuous improvement in your prevention situation by constantly adapting the measures.
We can offer you professional support in all steps over a period of your choice. It is also possible to start with pilot projects in certain areas of your company and implement the process successively. You have the entire decision-making power and decide flexibly in which process steps we may advise and support you.
Further topics on safety culture in the workplace
We support you in developing your corporate safety culture
In our brochure, you can learn more about the topic of behaviour-based safety and how we support you in this.
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