While worker safety is often touted as a company's first priority, more often than not, safety activity is driven by compliance to legislation rather than any safety improvement initiative. Lean Safety shows companies how to take a proactive approach, tearing apart an old entitlement-driven culture and building it into something effective.
207 pages, Soft cover
"Much of this book will be devoted to the use of lean tools to engage people in safety improvement. Moving a culture toward one where employees feel engaged requires a growth in the level of trust. You earn trust by giving it. When people are engaged, the opportunity to build trusts exists. Key to understanding this lean leadership style is the acceptance of the fact that the process is the problem, not the person. A lean leader focuses on the 'what and why' not the 'who'. " --Robert B. Hafey
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