Best Practice

LOCATION: Company-wide ARTICLE YEAR 2012
ACTIVITY: Competence Assurance COMPANY: CEMEX UK
SUB ACTIVITY: N/A COMPANY LOCATION: National initiative
BEST PRACTICE No: BP841 COMPANY TEL: 07711 537523
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: United Kingdom
TITLE
Team safety training
ARTICLE
Description

CEMEX UK recognised that achieving the target of zero injuries requires a truly interdependent team culture, where everyone looks out for each other and each individual is quick to challenge any unsafe situations before they cause injury.

CEMEX has therefore developed a short training programme that can run as either a three-hour workshop or be used in a modular format in the workplace. The programme is specifically intended to contribute to the development of a team safety culture, where people truly believe that safety comes first and where they will be thanked for challenging unsafe behaviours or conditions, rather than criticised. It is specifically focussed on promoting engagement through discussion and self realisation with the aim of achieving wilful compliance with everyone’s hearts and minds committed to safety.

The programme is designed to be delivered to small groups by managers and supervisors.

Benefits

• Fresh way of delivering safety messages
• Delivery by line management not by professional trainers
• Aids engagement and active participation
• Promotes open and honest dialogue
• No more ‘death by PowerPoint’.

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