Your company culture will make or break the success of your safety initiatives. You can create the best policies, procedures and training programs, but if stakeholders companywide aren’t concerned with creating a safer workplace, it’ll be tough to realize lasting results.
While your executives can positively impact your culture, your management team is ultimately responsible for creating it. The people to whom your workers directly report will have the greatest impact on their attitudes towards (and compliance with) your safety initiatives, and it’s critical that you get them on board.
To that end, it’s important to understand the telltale signs your management team is not on board, so you can adjust your program and communication efforts accordingly. Here are eight of the most common indicators your higher-ups aren’t aligned with your safety culture.