October 2007

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HP Integration Strategies: Enhance safety culture in your manufacturing sites

Safety culture is a term that was introduced in 1986 by the International Nuclear Safety Advisory Group in a report published after the Chernobyl disaster. A widely cited definition from the UK Health..

Ghosh, A., HP Editorial Staff

Safety culture is a term that was introduced in 1986 by the International Nuclear Safety Advisory Group in a report published after the Chernobyl disaster. A widely cited definition from the UK Health and Safety Commission is "the product of individual and group values, attitudes, perceptions, competencies and patterns of behavior that determine the commitment to, and the style and proficiency of, an organization's health and safety management." An appropriate measure of safety culture is how an organization behaves when no one is watching. Safety culture is not only about improving safety attitudes in all levels of employees, but it is also about good safety management established by orga

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