Football season is here and it sparks a competitive spirit in fans all over the country. This time of year reminds me that safety is not much different than a competitive sport like football. To succeed, you have to embrace a disciplined structure that values hard work. Success takes time and effort from everyone.
Putting safety principles to practice represents the structure and discipline required to succeed. This is how an organization establishes a positive culture with shared attitudes, values, goals and practices that characterizes a company’s reputation. The applied principles are the difference between a backyard ballgame and an organized team.
Check out David Lynn’s article here, featured in the Voluntary Protection Program Participants’ Association’s [VPPPA] official Magazine, The Leader.