January 2017

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Viewpoint: Leadership commitment for safety and sustainability

Management commitment is an essential ingredient for building a healthy organizational safety culture. To achieve this objective, management must provide adequate resources, along with unstinted support and direction.

Dutta, H., Gupta, L. K., Maji, S., Essar Oil Ltd.

Management commitment is an essential ingredient for building a healthy organizational safety culture. To achieve this objective, management must provide adequate resources, along with unstinted support and direction. Any mismatch between what we say and what we do may result in mistrust among employees, which can lead to an environment that is not conducive to spontaneity. Although it is said that leadership should be visible, leadership commitment must be so deep that it almost becomes invisible. Employees should not have any doubt about management’s sincerity and genuine commitment, as reflected by its actions. Organizations are also conscious that the impact of any catastrophic process

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