Mar 12, 2020
Many operating and construction organizations have rolled out “Cardinal Rules of Safety”, “Safety Commandments”, “Life-Saving Rules” and so on – for their workers. These titles signal their imperative. They also form the basis for “just cause”: levels of disciplinary response to violations by offending workers and supervisors.
But what about managers? What are the unequivocal standards that we follow and hold to? What can our workers count on us for?
Here are 10 Cardinal Rules of Safety for you and your colleagues to consider adopting.
Rather, how your workers and supervisors actually do the job: At night, in crowded conditions, across shifts, short-handed in safety critical areas, with unintended delays due to procurement, etc. (This will take time for you to learn and discover.)
JMJ is pleased to be shifting safety cultures around the world, coaching and supporting line managers to be safety leaders. Contact us today to learn how we can collaborate together to help you transform the way your organization approaches safety, creating a thriving culture and business or please write to Mike Goddu.
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