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Safety Nudge: Think about what you say and do as a manager

What you say and do as a manager matters Do you insist that workers follow a specific safety rule – except when you’re behind schedule and suggest it is okay…

Safety Nudge: If you want to hear more you need to talk less

The more you talk, the less you’re listening If you want to hear more from your workers, you need to talk less If you talk less first, then workers will talk…

Safety Nudge: Your numbers won’t make a workplace safe

You won’t make a workplace safe by displaying the number of incident/accident free days You make a workplace safe by training, dealing with hazards and managing risk, and following procedures,…

Safety Nudge: Go beyond pushing safety paperwork

A safety manager must understand how work is done to lead and manage the resources for safety improvement If all you do is sit behind a desk and push safety…

Safety Nudge: A tip for safety managers

Leave your assumptions and default thinking to control safety at the office door When and where work is done is where you’ll find all the solutions you need Remember, it’s…

Safety Nudge: Make safety conversations personal

There is no doubt about it – if you want to have the most impact make safety conversations personal The first question your workers will ask themselves when a meeting…

Safety Nudge: You can’t change people

You can’t change people, but you can change their environment and behaviour To improve safety practices, focus on improving their environment in ways that influence their behaviour Go out into…

Safety Nudge: Look beyond safety compliance

Asking workers to follow safety rules isn’t enough to ensure a safe working environment Workers are humans, therefore they will make mistakes, but understanding why workers take risks that lead…

Safety Nudge: The sit on seat belt trick

Do you know what the Greenlight on the back of construction machines and other plant is for, like the one shown above the operator’s seat on this dumper in the…

Safety Nudge: What does a safety culture need?

Many ingredients are needed to develop a positive safety culture, but the essential ones are: Trust Motivation Leadership Engagement Commitment Accountability Communication Otherwise, it will remain nothing more than words…