We surveyed over 550+ safety professionals, executives, and more to find out how exactly organizations are addressing safety in their leadership roles.
It was noteworthy that over one-half of participants agreed or strongly agreed that their employees generally comply with safety rules and policies, but view workplace safety as “someone else’s job.” This speaks to a key component of safety culture—employee engagement.
In this report you'll learn the top 10 metrics for assessing safety culture along with answers to the following questions:
- How are environment, health, and safety (EHS) professionals demonstrating strong leadership and encouraging positive employee engagement?
- Are senior-level leadership roles informed, invested in, and supportive of safety initiatives at businesses today?
- How engaged are front-line employees with safety initiatives, and what are the biggest obstacles to employee engagement?
How do front-line supervisors and middle managers demonstrate safety leadership?
- What communication strategies and methods are organizations using to support safety culture?
- And more!