How to Create a Culture of Safety in a Metal Fabrication Facility

Family-run Minn. company says safety has to be a core value, not just the title of a committee.

“Safety has to be a core value rather than a priority because our priorities change when we get behind schedule, we lose money, or something happens negatively,” Greg Anderson, co-writer of Safety 24/7: Building an Incident-free Culture said. “So our priorities change, but our values hopefully never do.”

Can safety be a priority? Certainly, Anderson said, especially when it comes into conflict with something else. Organizations with a culture of safety know what becomes a top priority right away because safety is the core value.

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