Getting Everyone Involved in the Building of Safer Construction Sites

Construction sites are complex environments. The combination of heavy and sometimes hazardous materials, massive machinery and plenty of people in proximity is an inherently riskier endeavour than a traditional workplace where the surrounding boundaries and functions have already been defined.

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Webinar: How are you giving your employees a safety voice?

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The challenges of the modern workforce – such as large, dispersed teams and multiple contractors – mean that many organizations face an uphill struggle to remain compliant.

Involving employees more widely in promoting a positive, inclusive safety culture, and encouraging them to actively talk safety can significantly increase local engagement and drive improvements in safety behavior.

Webinar Details: Thursday, July 26 @ 2:00pm (CT)

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Join us for an informative 20-minute webinar (plus Q&A) on how best to give your employees a safety voice on Thursday, July 26 at 2pm where our team will discuss:

  • Common challenges faced in embedding an inclusive safety culture
  • Moving towards a ‘one culture’ approach
  • How you can promote an inclusive safety culture through health and safety software to improve safety performance and behaviors
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