“When you work unsafely, you get higher production and praise.”
“If you report something then you have an issue, it’s a blame game.“
“They need to kill a few [people] before anything is done.”
Investment in safety culture is crucial. If your people lack the intrinsic motivation to take responsibility for their own safety, the risk of incidents and injuries will be high. But with 86% of organisational sites operating from a negatives safety culture, how do businesses unlock the next stage of their safety culture journey?
To help safety professionals create a stronger safety culture, our upcoming study explores the top opportunities areas for organisations seeking to make a change.
Driving a Positive Safety Culture
Explore the current state of safety culture across industry, and learn practical strategies you can implement within your business and begin your shift towards a positive safety culture.
Our new study draws on data collected from real clients across industry and is due for release February 2020. It includes insights from:
- 5,011 interviews
- 597 hours of interviews
- 562 focus groups
- 155 observations
- 819 cultural themes, and
- 21,711 surveys.
Access the sneak peak here and sign up below to receive early access when the full study is published.
Update 10/02/2020: The complete Driving a Positive Safety Culture report is now available. Access it here.