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Safety Leadership – E1702

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1
Choosing safety often seems to go against our basic human instincts.
2
In the absence of positive safety leadership, we are more likely to make unsafe choices.
3
The pitfalls of our base instincts cannot be overcome by the consistent presence of good safety leadership.
4
Safety leaders must be vocal to have a powerful effect on those around them.
5
Effective safety leadership must include discipline and consistent rules enforcement from managers and supervisors.
6
Speaking up to co-workers about unsafe acts triggers our instinct to want to please others and to also receive positive reinforcement for our actions.
7
When it comes to safety leadership, our words always speak louder than our actions.
8
When upper level management ignores the safety rules they require for everyone else, it sends mixed signals about the overall commitment to safety.
9
Condoning unsafe acts when productivity or profitability is at stake has little or no effect on the credibility of the safety effort.