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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best book magazine in the UK“, in Safety Beyond The Numbers, Ken Chapman and Tony Orlowski offers advice for employees and employers to improve workplace safety.
Safety Beyond The Numbers: A Path to Principled Leadership
An organization’s ultimate objective should not be to comply with OSHA and industry safety regulations; Ken Chapman and Tony Orlowski, two authorities on workplace safety, argue that it ought to be the standard.
In Safety Beyond The Numbers: A Path to Principled Leadership, their new book, Chapman and Orlowski address the “what now?” question when an organization has a powerful security consistence program yet is as yet encountering serious wounds.
Chapman explained that OSHA and industry standards are followed by good leaders who lead good organizations. However, that is merely the foundation. They also acknowledge that it is their moral obligation to guarantee safe outcomes and require all team members to be worthy partners in protecting themselves and their coworkers. The fundamental element that is responsible for producing outstanding safety outcomes is the establishment of an ownership culture based on compliance.
Organizations keep on effective financial planning a lot of time, exertion and cash in fresher gear, savvy controls that use sound judgment, and trend setting innovations to follow and break down consistence endeavors, the creators make sense of. However, these same businesses focus comparatively little on a feature that has remained unchanged for thousands of years: nature of man.
Orlowski went on to say that as crucial to safety as advancements in technology are responsible human interaction and meaningful engagement with one’s employees.
For leaders who see safety as more than just a mandated priority, Safety Beyond the Numbers provides a clear path to putting ownership principles into action. It is for leaders who see the well-being of their employees as important to the company, necessary for doing business, and morally right.
Ken Chapman and Tony Orlowski
Industrial psychologist Ken Chapman has worked in foundries, power plants, paper mills, steel fabrication, and other heavy industries for 40 years. His attention has been on authority improvement and building solid security societies.
After earning bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, Tony Orlowski worked as a mining consultant for four years before earning an MBA and becoming a licensed professional engineer. He has held a number of leadership positions over the past 25 years, including general manager and executive vice president in heavy industry.
Safety Beyond the Numbers’ ownership principles are also available as in-house training for organizations of all kinds and in a one-day introductory seminar.
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Safety Beyond the Numbers: A Path to Principled Leadership
Publisher: SafePath Publishing
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