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What is Safety Culture and How do You Measure it?
Measuring the safety climate:
In order to bring about further improvements to the reduction of accidents and ill-health in the workplace, health and safety professionals are increasingly interested in human factors, specifically safety culture and its ability to influence health and safety performance. This white paper looks at the concept of safety culture and explains what it is, why it’s important and what you can do to understand and improve your own organisation’s safety culture.
It’s authors include Health & Safety Laboratory experts, Dr Caroline Sugden and Karen Roberts, as well as our own Mark Preston, Head of Safety Consultancy. With many years of combined experience these authors are serious about the practical implications of adopting a safety culture measurement system and how it can lead to greater improvements across the workforce.
Here’s what you can find in this white paper:
- What is safety culture?
- Can safety culture be measured?
- How to benchmark safety culture
- A look at the HSL Safety Climate Tool
- What lessons can we learn?
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