Instilling a Minesite Wide Behavioural Safety Culture

Ensure that staff buy-in to your safety processes

Implementing a safe working culture is essential at any mine site. The general high risk nature of the job makes the implications of poor safety practices massive, potentially costing not only millions of dollars but lives.

However as the demand for commodities increases while the labor shortage in the industry continues to worsen maintaining a strong safe working culture is becoming increasingly challenging.

At IQPC's recent Safety in Mining event, Alex Mandl (Health and Safety Manager for Unimin) recommended that the most effective way to maximise safety in a mine site is to instill a safety culture. When staff understand safety comes first and are aware of the benefits of compliance.

Alex's highly rated presentation explored the various facets of how to instil a safety culture, including:

  • Changing behavioral habits that can hinder the adoption of safety polices at your mine site
  • Assigning accountability for actions and non-compliance
  • Ensuring staff buy in for your safety processes
Instilling a Minesite Wide Behavioural Safety Culture.

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