If your employees are not engaged and genuinely interested in EHS, you are fighting a losing battle.
OVERCOMING THE SAFETY PLATEAU
Incorporating technology and taking a proactive approach to prevent injuries will allow organizations to lower their incident rates.
BUSINESS STRATEGY VS SAFETY
EHS will never become a core value within a company culture until the safety strategy is aligned with and supports the business strategy. Safety enables productivity and profitability.
Even if EHS initiatives are well designed to achieve the reduction of the incident rates, they are not always carried out effectively and often lack process metrics to measure the effectiveness of the effort.
BUILDING A CULTURE OF SAFETY
Many companies have not worked towards building a culture of safety or are unsure of where to start. In a culture of safety, workers are empowered to take action and are responsible for the safety of themselves and their coworkers.
Driver Safety & Hotspots
Decreasing Insurance Cost
Recognition can be the highest form of praise and motivation. When a department or an individual is recognized publicly, it can have a positive knock on effect to developing better safety practices. Rewards can be monetary or awards.
Scheduled maintenance alerts based on time or usage triggers to eliminate unwanted asset downtime. Monitor vehicle health in: Powertrain, Gearbox, Engine Control Unit (ECU), Fuel Consumption, etc