Caliber Safety helps business leaders remove roadblocks to optimize performance and accelerate the development of organizational cultures that empower employees across all levels to be innovative and engaged in their approach to work and safety. We believe that by improving how organizations manage safety, leaders can also maximize operational success through improved communication, analysis, planning and execution of work.
A critical step to unlocking your organization’s potential for safety performance excellence is the establishment and alignment of management structures, systems, and processes necessary to “get work done safely”. An organization’s management structures outline the formal organization, i.e. the proposed allocation of accountability and responsibility, along with the mechanisms of communication, coordination, and control. Together, this structure defines how the organizational mission should be accomplished and by whom. The processes are the primary and supporting processes (what people say and do) going on in the entire organization.
Leaders must recognize and appreciate how an organization’s structure and processes impact performance. Below is a listing of the seven critical management system characteristics, structures, and processes necessary to ensuring safety is optimized and aligned better protect workers and improve the organization’s capacity to perform work efficiently and safely.