Developing new health and safety policies and practices can be a challenge, and one of the biggest hurdles to overcome is getting new methods of working incorporated by the workforce.
One of the ways that you can help mitigate this challenge is through good engagement within health and safety.
How can you get workers to engage with safety?
One of the most common approaches to engagement in health and safety is worker involvement. Getting those at the grassroots level involved in the decision-making process can lead to better ways of working and more intelligent safety practices with reduced friction and increased uptake.
Good communication is key to engagement, if you are not getting the message across to your workers through productive meetings and digital methods, then you are likely going to struggle to get your workers engaged.
Where can I learn how to engage my workforce with safety?
It can be difficult to know where to start when it comes to developing a worker engagement strategy in safety. Here we share the latest whitepaper from EcoOnline which covers how you can start growing safety engagement in your workforce.
The whitepaper from the experts at EcoOnline explores how you can get meaningful engagement in safety, and how to avoid turning it into a tick box exercise.