Last year my presentation dealt with the leadership aspects of getting people in the workplace to watch out for each other's safety. This year the focus will be on how you can create an environment that will get a majority of people actively caring and taking action when they see a hazard or unsafe behavior. In the last year I have discovered that the most important factor in increasing the number of people who will participate is the response people get from those they try to help.
Because of this, I will cover in expanded detail the importance of each and every person's response to safety input. As I mentioned last year, everyone has a leadership responsibility when it comes to safety, and it turns out this is true when watching out for the safety of those around you. This paper will cover the basics and the expansion will be discussed in the live presentation in Denver.