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Safety Culture

Conscious or not, every company and every worksite has a safety culture.

It is an old but wise saying that Safety Starts at the Top. What is your company’s standard? What attitudes and outlooks do your supervisors convey? How intuitive and habitual is your workforce’s safety and health performance?

Transforming, developing and maintaining a powerful safety culture is a never-ending effort that yields bottom-line results.

The LHSFNA Occupational Safety and Health Division staff can help. Call for a consultation.

Safety Culture

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