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Title: Supervisory Safety Leadership Best Safety Practice


1
Supervisory Safety Leadership Best Safety
Practice 3
Supervisory Leadership, Coaching, Motivating
Intervening
2
Supervisor Best Safety Practice 12 Human
Aspects
  • Know your employees well. Some employees have
    other issues distracting them from concentrating
    on safety and environmental excellence.
  • Try to establish
  • Positive relationships
  • Frequent Interactions
  • Stress improved behavior
  • Stress proactive injury prevention
  • Changing the safety culture 

3
Best Practices Supervisory Commitment
Leadership
  • Coaching, Intervening, Motivation
  • Serving as role model, coach intervening
  • Leading communicating at safety meetings
  • On the Floor and Walks the talk
  • Enforcing safety rules
  • Focusing on behavioral safety
  • Employee performance includes safe work practice
    expectations

4
Supervisor Safety Leadership Role Model
  • Be a role model.
  • Set the example.
  • Use proper technique.
  • Dont say one thing and then do another.
  • Be genuinely concerned about the employees well
    being (i.e., care) and safety
  • Listen to your employees.
  • Deliver effective safety presentations.
  • Actively participate in safety training.

5
Supervisor Safety Leadership Coaching
  • Be a coach
  • Coaching and recognizing employees is an
    important
  • part of your job.
  • Create the proper respect for work hazards
  • Recognize employees who are doing the job safely
  • Plan and assign work with injury prevention as a
  • high priority
  • Routinely review and correct employee behaviors

6
Supervisor Safety Leadership Intervention
  • Intervene
  • Intervention is a key part of your job
  • Intervene to change or correct behavior
  • Identify and correct unsafe acts
  • Inform/solicit from employees the safe way to
    perform the job
  • Check for employee understanding
  • Remember Silence is Consent

Silence is Consent
7
Supervisor Best Safety Practice Intervention
  • When you intervene, it is important to emphasize
  • The importance to the employees safety.
  • The importance for the employee to perform tasks
    in a safe manner
  • How valuable the employee is
  • We all need to take the time to work safe

8
Supervisor Safety Leadership Unsafe Conditions
  • If an employee feels there is an unsafe or
    working condition, you should
  • Determine what the employee feels is unsafe or
    and how to make the job safe.
  • Identify a solution acceptable to both.
  • Ask the employee to complete the task after
    identifying an acceptable solution and, if
    necessary, schedule a review of the job later.

9
Supervisor Safety Leadership Motivation
  • Be a motivator
  • Positively reinforce employees to encourage safe
  • behavior
  • Consider using a reward system
  • Doesnt need to be costly at all

10
Employee Motivational Techniquesa Reported by
Employees
  • Study of 65 workplace motivators ranked in
    importance
  • by employees
  • 1 Personal Thanks
  • 2 Written Thanks
  • 3 Promotion for Performance
  • 4 Public Praise
  • 5 Morale building meetings
  • Note Employees said they only got Personal
    Thanks 58 of the time.
  • aSource Dr. Gerald Graham, Wichita State
    University

11
Managers and Employees Survey Rankings
12
Supervisor Safety LeadershipPutting Recognition
into Practice
  • In practice, this means saying
  • I saw what you did.
  • I appreciate it.
  • Its important.
  • It makes me feel . . .
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