Week 4: Advance Your Safety Journey
Safety is all about continuous improvement. Whether organizationally or individually, NSC can help provide guidance for your path forward.
This year we are offering resources to help safety heroes like you as well as items you can easily distribute to your employees.
Mini Guide: Human & Organizational Performance: A Path to Improvement for All Organizations - NEW
Webinar: Human & Organizational Performance: A Path to Improvement for All Organizations
1 p.m. (CT) June 24
Human & Organizational Performance, or HOP, is an operating philosophy that provides a new way of looking at work, people and the systems in which people get work done. HOP is an operating philosophy that recognizes that error is part of the human condition and that an organization’s processes and systems greatly influence employees’ decisions, choices and actions, and consequently, their likelihood of successful work performance. This webinar will discuss: What is Human & Organizational Performance (HOP)? Why HOP? Who Should Implement HOP? Six Key HOP Principles. Starting Your HOP Journey. Recommended Reading List for Continued Learning.
Work to Zero is an NSC initiative designed to eliminate workplace fatalities through the use of technology. Advance your organization’s safety journey by exploring how technologies that exist today can keep your workers safer. Check out white papers, recorded webinars and more.
Technology Readiness Tool: From observing to transforming, use this new tool to determine your organization’s digital readiness level when it comes to safety technology.
BONUS: Check out relevant weekly resources from our NSM sponsor VelocityEHS – Award-winning EHS & Sustainability Software.
Employee Tip Sheet: We All Have a Role in Advancing Safety - NEW
Below is sample email and social copy you can personalize to show your participation in National Safety Month and how much you care for your employees’ safety and wellbeing.
Access toolkits with ready-to-distribute resources like 5 minute safety talks, posters, tip sheets and more. Browse related topics, such as:
There is much that can be done to improve safety on the roads, and you and your organization can help play a role. Be sure to: