In this issue - A safe workplace begins with good leadership and a culture that emphasizes and prioritizes safe behaviors from the top down. Organizations face different challenges depending on their industry, regulations, and environment but all companies can use the science of behavior to develop the skills and systems needed to build a culture of safety. The following resources provide leaders with tools and information to help promote safety in their organization.


7 Keys for Creating a Safety Culture
Aubrey Daniels Blog


Without fail, when it comes to safety it is what every organization strives to do: create and support a safety culture. Although values may vary from company to company, there are elements that should be common to all in every safety culture.
Learn seven keys critical to creating an effective, sustainable culture of safety. Gain insight into the importance of good relationships and trust, celebrating successes, and establishing awareness around the impact of discipline and placing blame. 


Why Good Leaders Make You Feel Safe


Leadership expert, Simon Sinek, talks about what makes a great leader and suggests that creating trust and safety is a top priority. While we usually think of workplace safety in terms of risk to physical well-being, Sinek shares examples of environments where trust and cooperation is present and explains how the business world benefits by taking steps to ensure employees feel secure.
With threats from competitors, new technologies, and unstable economies, it is the leader’s job to establish a safe and secure workplace for employees. When this happens and people are put first in an organization, it leads to greater success, higher profits, and improved morale.



Behavioral Lessons Learned: Senior Leadership Actions for Effective Prevention

Facility Safety Management

A break in the chain from leadership to the front line can often be linked to the occurrence of accidents, including severe injuries and fatalities. What leaders say about safety is important but what they do has a significant impact throughout the rest of the organization.
ADI’s David Uhl discusses the behaviors senior leaders engage in that lead to negative perceptions around leadership involvement in safety and offers suggestions that will help leaders improve their ability to positively influence safety and the safe behavior of employees. 




Effective Prevention in the Workplace: A Leader's Role

ADI Webinars

For a limited time, access this prerecorded webinar presented by David Uhl. While most organizations understand how the frontline contributes to and supports a safe work environment, they inadvertently fail to see that the actions (or inaction) of leaders have everything to do with effective prevention in the workplace. 
Watch as David explains the importance of leaders taking a proactive approach to managing safety and why these actions are critical to reducing and preventing harm in the workplace. 



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ADI Seminars
November 11-12, 2014


Don’t miss this training event and the opportunity to learn leadership practices that will help you create a sustainable safety culture in your organization. Our 2-day training is based on the science of behavior and will equip you to create positive accountability, problem-solve productively, improve your coaching skills, and build trusting relationships.



Electronic Performance Monitoring: When Good Intentions Turn to Digital Hammers
Aubrey Daniels Blog

Electronic performance monitoring tools are being used more and more in the workplace. The ability to gather data and provide immediate feedback is a great benefit of this technology but there is danger in misunderstanding how to use the data. Learn why leaders should be conscious of tying their EPM system to positive reinforcement so that performance is improved, not punished.




Behavioral Safety Now 2014 

Conference and Keynote


Attending this year's BSN Conference? Don’t miss presentations delivered by Aubrey Daniels, Cloyd Hyten, and Don Nielsen. Topics covered include technology and the future of safety, positive reinforcement, and building engagement. While you’re there, stop by our booth to talk to one of our experts and for additional information and resources. 


ADI Video

Hear from Mark Manion, EVP and COO of Norfolk Southern, as he describes how his company adopted a new approach to creating true employee engagement and a safety culture, and why a behavioral approach to safety is critical for success. 



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