Find out how to empower your employees to reduce potential risks, with a free webinar from PureSafety, on April 21.
A fundamental characteristic of a strong safety culture is that everyone feels responsible for identifying, reporting and reducing potential risks. By supporting and enabling early reporting of unsafe conditions and near misses, companies improve their ability to take proactive corrective action. In this session, we’ll review results of a recent research study designed to understand how to encourage employees to report unsafe work conditions and the benefits of an “early reporting” culture.
About our Speaker:
Owen Graduate School of Management
Professor Ramanujam is a leading researcher and consultant on the organizational causes and consequences of operational failures in high-risk work settings. His current research examines the role of leadership, communication, and learning processes in enhancing the quality and safety of healthcare. Professor Ramanujam serves on the editorial boards of Organization Science, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and the Stanford University Press book series on high reliability organizations.
April 21, 2011
10 am – 11 am PT
In the webinar you will:
• Learn about the basic principles for overcoming challenges that prevent early reporting
• Explore simple tools and processes that help increase the rates of incident reporting
• Understand how early reporting and proactive prevention efforts can deliver significant value to companies
Click here to register today!