The challenges we faced in 2020 have reshaped the way we think about the safety of our employees, assets and communities. Those changes won’t end with the pandemic; instead they will set a new bar for the way we manage safety across the enterprise.
One thing has not changed, however: at the core of any leading-edge safety program is a strong safety culture that guides decisions about products, operations, and employees.
Moving Up the Safety Maturity Curve
While zero incidents is the goal, progress is the priority. Regardless of where you are on the maturity curve, incremental change can drive real improvement to safety and the bottom line.
Meeting local, federal, and global obligations
Centralized and standardized safety management, reporting and insights
Integrated technology and best practices that align with operational and financial goals
Unified, predictive, real-time, dynamic safety performance management across processes, people and products
Focusing on Safety Culture Drives Meaningful Results
Companies at the leader stage have:
Reduced Incident Rates
Decreased Data Collection and Reporting Time
Lower Insurance Premiums and Risk Reserves
Reduced Brand Risk and Product Recalls
Reduced Audit and Compliance Findings
Take The Next Step
Knowing where you are can help you determine the right investments to make to improve safety culture. Explore Sphera’s maturity assessments and information to discover how to move to the next stage of maturity.
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