The success of a business can rest on the ability to utilize a process repeatedly and efficiently.
Setting safety processes with a solid, aligned foundation allows for energy to build and renew the safety process along with the business.
One of the challenges businesses face with safety is productivity disruption and cost: at least that appears to be the common view of most business managers.
Business is about opportunities to succeed, and “invitations” for success usually start by reaching out to build a path or a bridge.
Integrating safety into the process is not the way to go: instead, isolation and dictatorial communication is what works.