Safety thought leadership needs backing up with a to-do list. This list in context of Indian organizations has a bigger chance to fail. Deadline oriented workmanship versus safety-oriented workmanship’ are set and pitched against each other.
A safety culture that is conducive to innovation is not only good for the company’s bottom line, but is something that leaders and employees value. Innovation is considered as a norm in today’s ever-changing arena, and be it any field, there are people that support this idea.
Safety professionals aren’t shirking from their responsibilities. Instead, they are being receptive to employee input on hazards, corrective and preventive actions and health and safety programs. As much as they are proactive in protecting their workforce and share its accountability, they are equally cheering participation in safety initiatives.
In health and safety, a well-done competency map links employees to job duties, job duties to hazards and hazards to training to eliminate or mitigate those hazards. EHS roles and responsibilities, stitched within, strengthen the ability of an organization to address EHS risks and maintain quality and quantity of EHS resources.
The matching of jobs and skills is an important issue for the employers and the individuals, and is also amongst the key priorities of the public and private sectors. Training providers and governments capture the need before they undergo a recognition procedure.