Safety works when we include everyone, every day, everywhere. That means sharing a sense of belonging, from accountants to engineers, across offices and construction sites. Beyond the obvious frontline risks, safety needs a systemic view of impacts. Disconnection between teams is one of the big threats to safety. Without interdependent environments our safety systems break down.
The solution requires active discovery, challenging assumptions and shared ownership. It is only when we are all responsible in an interdependent culture that we can achieve a safer, healthier, workplace.
Safety depends on belonging: top safety records come from interdependency, with everybody upholding standards.
A cross-disiplinary review of safety and wellbeing, looking at principles in a practical context. Beginning with a Safety and Belonging Exploration, continue with this Sounding Board to identify quick winds for improvements and longer efforts to achieve consistent high standards.
"As soon as you see a mistake and don't fix it, it becomes your mistake"