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H&S organizations seek to develop the most effective training programs to improve safety performance measures. Most interviewed H&S managers say that a focused approach to training is critical to this goal.
This research will give H&S executives insights on how to maintain consistent implementation and compliance for safety standards across businesses as well as how to transform those standards into actionable and relevant policies for operational aspects of business units and facilities. H&S managers can use this research to effectively train employees in H&S organizations to continuously improve safety performance measures. In addition, this five-page document outlines how to develop training objectives that are strongly H&S focused and reinforce the strategic goal of pushing responsibility for safety onto line personnel.
Sample Best Practices
1. Seek input from line personnel to make training programs relevant and effective.
-One benchmark partner’s H&S organization relies on an ongoing safety training development process that constantly solicits feedback from line personnel for refinement and focus on particular topics.
2. Employ subject matter expertise of line personnel to make training programs focused and compliant with federal regulations.
-Several H&S managers said that they try to avoid devoting significant resources to developing expertise in arcane OSHA requirements for each job description.
This research presents findings from benchmarking interviews on organizational structures and authority in Health & Safety organizations of 10 companies. The research originated from a Best Practices, LLC Research and Consulting project.