performance management assessment
look at safety first from an enterprise level. Are the systems in
place to establish and set standards for safety programs? By systems
we do not mean job positions, but rather specific tasks and work
flows that ensure oversight. If your program consists only of job
positions, you do not have a system. If systems are in place, do
they generate descriptions of, and assign accountability for all
the task responsibilities for oversight?
look at safety from a behavioral perspective. Have all operations
been analyzed for tasks that present any safety risk? Have safe
procedures been defined for those tasks? Have those procedures been
communicated? Are they followed?
and a select group of pointed questions about safety infrastructure
and compliance can tell executives an enormous amount about their
and processes to perform these kinds of assessments is just one
of our activities in enterprise safety.
Organizations have many tools available to shape safe behaviors
— through procedures, through training programs, through communications
programs, through awareness programs. We've helped our clients domestically
and internationally with these kinds of safety support materials.
more about relevant tools, refer to the links to the right.