We are conducting a research project to evaluate health and safety professionals’ definition and expectation for acceptable emergency eyewashes and showers. We are interested in your opinion and would appreciate if you had 5-7 minutes to answer questions enclosed in the survey link below. As a thank you, we will send you a $10 e-gift card to Starbucks® for your completed survey.
In addition, we are requesting assistance in the assessment of a recent product and, if you are willing, would like to send you the product to evaluate.
We look forward to your response and appreciate your time and opinion.
Click here to take the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/RN5MSJQ
Safety Tip: How to Create a Culture of Safety Leadership
To sustain an injury-free workplace is a goal that safety managers actively work to reach. A safe environment to work in can be attributed to having a safety leader with valuable leadership characteristics. For safety to be properly executed in the work environment, there must be a leader who has engaging power with his or her employee and have the intrinsic motivation for a safe workplace in order to effectively reach to employees. Some key characteristics include:
1. Always consider the perspective of each employee. Safety has a different meaning to each individual. The safety lead is going to handle safety differently than a frontline worker. A safety lead must take charge of the security of those that work underneath him or her. A frontline worker is in charge of his or her own safety. Find out what motivates employees to stay safe in the workplace to build a safety program.
2. Build Motivation. Once you find out what motivates your employees to stay safe in the workplace, build a program designed around their motivation. Find out what the best method is to motivate each individual employee. It could be in the form of safety meetings, forming a task – work group, or coaching employees on safety tips.
3. Actively Participate. It is crucial as a safety leader to sustain participation amongst employees. Keep an eye out for new ideas and tactics to have a continually safe workplace. A safety leader is highly effective when there is constant innovation with techniques involving safety.
[Via: Safety and Health]Are you a safety professional? We’d like to hear from you.
If you are a safety professional, Haws wants to learn more about your job function and your thoughts and suggestions regarding emergency eyewash and shower equipment.
Please take 5 minutes to complete our industry survey. Your opinions will help shape the industry.
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