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8

BEST PRACTICES

SAFETY

OF
A

LEADER

1. VISION

2. CREDIBILITY

The senior-most
executive must see
what safety performance
excellence would look
like in that organization.

When s/he says


something, others
believe it and do not
question motives or
hear a mixed message.

4. FEEDBACK &
RECOGNITION

3 COLLABORATION

Works well with others;


promotes cooperation
in safety; asks for and
encourages input; helps
others resolve safetyrelated problems; and
encourages others
to implement their
decisions and solutions.

Provides effective feedback


and recognizes people for
their accomplishments.

5. ACCOUNTABILITY

Gives workers a fair


appraisal of safety efforts and
results, clearly communicates
peoples roles in safety
and fosters the sense that
people are responsible for
the level of safety in their
organizational unit.

6. COMMUNICATION

The leader encourages


people to deliver honest,
complete information about
safety (even if unfavorable),
keeps people informed,
and communicates
frequently and effectively
up, down and across the
organization.

8. ACTION-ORIENTED

7. VALUES SAFETY

An excellent safety leader is


proactive rather than reactive in
addressing safety issues.

Acts to support safety values


and principles. S/he leads by
example regardless of position,
title or role, and s/he clearly
communicates to employees
that safe behavior is expected.

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