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Core Attributes of a World-Class Safety Culture

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Last Updated: November 29, 2020

A successful safety culture isn’t compartmentalized and separate from other areas of the company. It permeates all aspects of the company. 

“Safety cultures endure when they are part of an overall successful organizational culture.”  – David Paoletta, MS, CSP

It should be more of a concern, then, when safety culture is seen as one arm of the safety program instead of its head. You can’t put safety first if your culture is reduced to tasks, meetings, or gift cards.

In this article, we examine the core attributes of world-class safety cultures to help you take a fresh approach toward establishing a safety program that gets results.

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