Responsibility, Authority and Accountability - Examples
Examples of measured safety behavior at various levels include:
Top/Mid-level managers: Measurement at this level includes personal behavior, safety activities,
and statistical results, such as following company safety and health rules, enforcing safety and health rules, arranging safety
and health training and workers’ compensation costs.
Supervisors: Measurement should include personal safety behavior and safety activities which
they are able to control, such as making sure employees have safe materials and equipment, following and enforcing safety
rules, and conducting safety meetings.
Employees: Measurement usually includes personal behavior, such as complying with safety and
health rules, and reporting injuries and hazards.