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How to Create a Positive Safety Culture |

How to Create A Positive Safety Culture

The Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) recommends promoting a positive safety culture at your workplace to decrease the likelihood of accidents occurring.

It is estimated that there was 434,000 injuries with up to 7 days absence in the UK (2016/17) that adds up to 5.5million working days lost. It is in your best interest to develop and improve your safety culture at work as this can reduce accidents, and save money through less injury recuperation time for employees and a reduction in injury claims.

Through the fair allocation of responsibility, an organisation can and should encourage an atmosphere of positive attitude toward risk management. Complying with the law and best practice by recording accidents at the workplace helps to continually improve your health and safety processes. Rewarding reporting on accidents or breaches of health and safety encourages the creation of accurate safety records, and improves the standard of working for every employee.

We have a wide range of products and solutions to help you drive the right behaviours, put safety above all else and reduce risks in your workplace.