Is safety seen as a positive value in your organization, or is safety viewed as a burden, a hindrance to getting things done, even something that needs to be done to merely satisfy a regulatory requirement or company policy?
The right approach to safety will result in greater efficiencies in your organization. Safety programs that are overly burdensome or impractical will never have the desired impact. Unfortunately, the burdensome variety of safety programs has become commonplace and is often expected. Safety done right is not a burden, it is a natural and integrated life and business priority. We can show you how to have a workforce that is both safer and more efficient.
Safety is a good place to start for overall business improvement. Many of the key techniques of performance management and operational strategy can be introduced in the management of safety systems and then extended into other areas. A well devised safety program, with concrete elements to manage and solid, transferable metrics integrates well with quality and productivity management.
Dynamic Safety’s approaches are a perfect fit for organizations using ISO and Six Sigma quality initiatives. For example, we can add some depth to the problem-solving approaches in Six Sigma methodology using advanced root-cause analysis methods.
A fully-staffed workforce is more productive, and all companies can benefit from having more of their employees available to work. Injuries can lower productivity permanently, even after the worker has returned without official restrictions. The best way to reduce these long-term effects is to prevent injuries from happening in the first place.
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