Engaged employees are 5x less likely to have a safety incident.
Engagement is the #1 problem for many safety professionals. Without employee and executive engagement, even compliance can be hard to achieve.
Our free resources can help you inspire employees and get buy-in from your leadership group.
Listen to interviews with experts, download our guides for executives and leaders, and watch our webinar now to inspire and improve engagement in safety.
An Expert Look at Employee Engagement and Safety
Discover the most important steps in any organization’s journey towards employee engagement. Learn about the research, listen to experts and find out what you can do to improve safety, health, quality and production outcomes. Lead the way towards creating a more engaged and safer workplace.
Safety Spillover: The Science of Workplace Attitude
Emotions and attitudes are contagious. When it comes to health and safety, employers need to create a workplace that fosters positive attitudes and reduces the amount of negative crossover and spillover. Especially where experiences on the job influence workplace operations, culture, productivity, loyalty, the bottom line and even workers’ family lives.
Interviews with engagement experts
Expert on employee engagement and the author of Make It Matter: How Managers Can Motivate by Creating Meaning.
Dr. Paul Marciano
Clinical psychologist and the author of Carrots and Sticks Don’t Work: Build a Culture of Engagement with the principles of RESPECT™.
Leadership expert and the New York Times best-selling author of Employee Engagement 2.0.
Resources on engagement
Top 6 Books on Employee Engagement
This list of the best books on employee engagement comes with a short outline of each and information on how it can be applied to safety.
What Executives Need to Know About Engagement:
Data and Lessons from Industry Leaders on the Financial and Human Impact of Engagement
Help the decision makers in your organization get behind safety engagement initiatives. Use this brochure to illustrate the profound impact that engagement has on safety and on the bottom line.
Leading Towards Engagement:
A Practical Guide for Supervisors and Managers
Safety requires an engaged workforce. The buck stops with the front-line manager. Use this guide to engage your team and improve their safety.
Why Happiness is the Secret Ingredient of Worker Safety
Safety is not only positively correlated with engagement, it is one of the strongest connections between attitude and outcome. Cracking the code on that phenomenon reveals the secret ingredient of worker safety.