If you notice employees getting sloppy, careless, or taking risks, put a stop to it right away. Talk one-on-one with the individuals involved. Hold a safety meeting to review policies and procedures with all employees. Use the situation as a training opportunity to provide additional information or improve skills. Do whatever it takes to change unsafe attitudes and behavior into positive safety performance.
Who can do the most to promote safety in the workplace? YOU! You’re the one employees look to for leadership and guidance. You’re the one management relies on to provide safety training, enforce safety rules, and monitor employee performance. Each week for the next 12 weeks we will post a new step.
Step # 7 Keep an Eye on Changing Attitudes