Why is it Important to Understand the Perception of Safety?

Why is it Important to Understand the Perception of Safety?

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Why is it Important to Understand the Perception of Safety

Leadership wants stability and methods to build permanent safety processes which will not create an adversarial relation.


 
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[/fusion_text][fusion_text]Course Goals

  • Develop a personal working definition for “Safety”
  • Discuss why perception is important for the safety culture
  • Identify ways you may be perceived in the organization
  • Identify perceptions about safety and shaping those perceptions
  • Integrate what you have learned into your safety management system

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Course Description

Based on experience, in many cases, there may be a perception that the safety professional is fully responsible for all safety efforts in the organization.Sometimes the safety professional will tend to goday-by-day trying to change the culture of the organization withoutattempting to gain any support from the Leadership team.
Unfortunately, in many organizations, the image of the safety position is a person who goes through the workplace looking for things that are wrong, can only quote regulations, and usually offers only one major solution, the use of personal protective equipment (PPE).Usually PPE is linked to promoting safety awareness, as the thinking is that PPE will solve everything.Many times, PPE becomes the default solution for many situations.While PPE has its place, it is not the solution to all safety-related issues, as some may think.PPE is only one aspect of a good safety management system.
Therefore the image is that PPE is typically the main focus, and the role of safety is playing “gotcha” with the supervision and employees instead of focusing on the potential for serious important hidden hazards.
Also, when someone is injuries, the typical root cause/solution is to just train or re-train the employee to fix the problem.Again, training or re-training becomes the default solution.
In many cases, hazards that need to be addressed and resolved are sometimes overlook, as it is clouded by the PPE and Training Issue.
This may be based on the formal job description and/or direct mandates from the leadership team as just “Do it” with an implied stay out of our way!

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What are the requirements?

  • There is no mandatory requirements to take this course.
  • Basic understanding of safety management systems

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What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 36 lectures and 1.5 hours of content!
  • Develop a personal working definition for “Safety”
  • Discuss why perception is important for the safety culture
  • Identify ways you may be perceived in the organization
  • Identify perceptions about safety and shaping those perceptions
  • Integrate what you have learned into your safety management system

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What is the target audience?

  • All member of Leadership Team
  • Business managers
  • Employees
  • Supervision
  • Safety Professionals
  • Quality Professionals
  • Anyone interesting in learning about safety culture

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Course Introduction

Why am I Qualified this Course?

  • My Journey Part 1
  • My Journey Part 2

The Beginning

  • Building on the Basics
  • Collaborative Efforts
  • Student Objectives

Defining A Safety Process

  • Is risk-taking acceptable?
  • Why does a Company need a Safety Process?

Vision and Mission

  • Vision and Mission Part 1
  • Vision and Mission Part 2 Long-Held Perceptions
  • Vision and Mission Part 3 You are part of the Leadership Team – Accept it!

Multi-Level Approach
Safety – A Multi-Discipline Profession
Safety at a Crossroads
What to Expect When Developing a New Safety Culture?
Defining What the Word Safety Means

  • Defining Safety Part 1
  • Defining Safety Part 2

Why is it Important to Understand the Perception of Safety?

  • The Perception of Safety – A Reality Check Part 1
  • The Perception of Safety – A Reality Check Part 2
  • The Perception of Safety – A Reality Check Part 3

Building Your Own Personal Brand
Do You Speak the Same Language?
What is Espoused Values?

  • Safety as an Espoused Value Part 1
  • Safety as an Espoused Value Part 2

Safety as an Emerging Property
The Importance of Becoming an Information Curator

  • Curator Defined
  • Memory of the Organization

Summary
Last Thoughts

  • Value or Priority
  • One last thought for consideration!!

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