• Know whether employees have
the proper equipment, tools and
protective gear to perform safely.
Don’t allow equipment to be your
weak safety link.
• Track how many hours employees
are working. Typical employees will
do whatever it takes to get the job
done, putting themselves at risk.
• Remember when you analyze
performance that each incident and
injury is a person, not a statistic. Let
people, not numbers, motivate you
to lead more effectively.
Expect challenges, but realize
they can be overcome. Dif;culties
• Keeping your safety message
simple but effective.
• Identifying, eliminating or
controlling workplace hazards.
• Investing time to grow safety leaders
who develop a passion for safety.
• Finding new solutions to
• Maintaining focus and momentum
regardless of how busy you are.