4 Reasons Why Your Safety Policies Fail — And Why Culture Is the Culprit

There’s a lot of talk these days about creating a “safety culture,” but, as Chris Cancialosi writes in his latest LinkedIn post, it’s better to develop a high-performance organization (and the safety will follow). A quote:

“Companies that really want to reduce the amount of risky operational behavior must realize that the culture they create — not only the safety policies — drives employees’ behavior. Then, they must evolve their culture to value and reward employee behaviors that drive safe performance.”

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