In many mining organizations today, supervisors consistently have more work to do in a given day than they can physically accomplish let alone do well. They’re asked to complete extra reports, develop new safety procedures, and do far more with far less. Adding to the job demands, the industry is also facing a worker shortage, and many of the employees hired today are unfamiliar with the role, expectations, and operation itself. To get through the day, supervisors must decide what to do and not do. These choices, however, often increase the exposure workers face in their daily operations.
Within their pivotal role, what supervisors do - and how well they do it - can have a positive impact on safety efforts as well as overall performance. When supervisors are doing the right activities in ways that build a strong safety culture, not only does safety itself improve, but the leadership skills employed can drive all areas of organizational improvement.
So how can we be sure the right choices are being made around safety when getting it all done isn't feasible?
In this webinar we will address questions including:
• What are the five critical safety activities every supervisor must do well?
• What differentiates between doing these activities effectively and ineffectively?
• How can organizations ensure that these activities are done well?
On May 14, BST Vice President Michael Hajaistron and Client Relationship Manager Ellen Downs discussed key safety activities for supervisors; how these activities are directly related to the leadership practices that drive safety; and how organizations can use safety leadership as a means to improve overall supervisor effectiveness.
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