Safety Culture is the representation of the shared assumptions and beliefs that employees hold of an organization's safety activities. Although there may be some ambiguity in definition, there is nothing uncertain about the relevance or significance of culture relative to the success of an organization's overall safety management program. Safety Culture can be evaluated, quantified, managed and improved. Research clearly demonstrates that organizations with solid Safety Cultures also have excellent performance in the field of occupational safety and health.
The RCI Safety management systems were developed on the premise that effective safety policies will generate employee engagement in ways no other activity can, with benefits that include improved morale, employee retention, better relationships between leaders and workers, more consistent behavioral reliability, better overall organizational citizenship, and improved levels of Safety Culture. It is important to first identify the perception of your organization's Safety Culture as it represents a critical factor must be first defined in order to measure ongoing improvements.
RCI Safety is uniquely positioned to help your organization evaluate and measure its existing Safety Culture. Once the normative beliefs, behaviors, and traditions are known, the RCI Safety System can be employed to drive safety performance to the highest levels possible.