Building a Safety Culture
No safety program can be successful without employees doing their part. This is why it is critical that your employees are properly trained, engaged and receiving communication. What is in it for the business owners? Simple, the cost savings you will receive from reduced cost in worker’s comp insurance, medical expenditures, decreased turnover and improved morale leading to better labor-management relationships.
Here are some resources to help you build a safety culture in your workplace:
- Crisis Management Tip Sheet
- Article from Safety+Health Magazine on Eliminating Workplace Hazards Through Training
- Article from Safety+Health Magazine on Increasing Engagement Through Communication
Join the Customer Service Advisory Council’s Safety Team
Members of the Safety Team meet monthly to discuss safety in and around the airport. If you are interested in learning more about the Safety Team, please email AirportCommunication@goaa.org.
June is National Safety Month
Safety is now more important that ever. Every year the National Safety Council utilizes the month of June to highlight important safety topics. The National Safety Council is America’s leading nonprofit safety advocate. They focus on eliminating the leading causes of preventable injuries and deaths. Follow us throughout this month as we also look at Mental Health, Ergonomics, and Driving.
If you would like to share any safety concerns or ideas on how to keep our community safe, we want to hear from you! Feel free to email us at email@example.com or you can always visit the I-Port on MCOcares.com to share your thoughts with us.