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Business
Value

  • Corporate Image
  • Ability to Compete
  • Access to Global Markets
  • Employee Morale
  • Efficiency and Productivity
  • Product and Service Quality
  • Cost and Risk Reduction
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Linking
steps

  • Senior management commitment and involvement
  • Employee active participation
  • Shared goals and accountability
  • Defined roles and responsibilities
  • Common language
  • Effective communication
  • Right resources
  • Balanced performance measures
  • Knowledge sharing and information transfer
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Safety and Health Principles

  • Safety is a core value of the company's culture
  • A systems approach is taken toward safety
  • Safety is integrated throughout the company
  • Employees participate at all levels









     
    Speaker Notes:

    We know that for Safety (or any other function -- Quality, etc.) to add value and provide competitive advantage it must be integrated into the business --
    Into the way we do our business on a daily basis and into it's long term view (Long Range Plan)