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The Journey to Safety Excellence program is designed for safety practitioners in organizations of all sizes, and it serves thousands of individual registrants. As a Safety Standard of Excellence participant, you have automatic access to these valuable resources.

Your clients, however, may not be aware of this resource from the National Safety Council. To share the Journey to Safety Excellence program, download an information sheet to share with them. Registration is free. Helping clients progress on their own safety journey shows you’re invested in all workers’ safety and health!

 

About the Journey to Safety Excellence

The Journey to Safety Excellence is a collection of safety and health best practices based on standards (such as ANSI Z10, OHSAS 19001, and ISO 45001), research, and practices of companies with world-class safety performance. Through our 100-plus years of work with thousands of employers, we developed a framework of best practices that, if followed, lead to optimal safety outcomes.


The Four Pillars of the Journey

 

Leadership and Employee Engagement

Leadership and Employee Engagement

Leaders foster a culture where safety is fully integrated in the business and is a core value where all workers are engaged and share responsibility.

Safety Management Systems

Safety Management Systems

A strong safety management system is a framework of processes and procedures to ensure that work tasks are completed to safely achieve objectives.

Risk Reduction

Risk Reduction

The combination of the probability of an event and the severity of the injury that may result, risk is always present in the workplace. Those organizations who actively strive to reduce it will outperform those who do not.

Performance Management

Performance Management

To manage improvement, it is essential to have measurable goals to track performance, looking at leading and lagging indicators and how they are.

Learn more by downloading your Guide on the Journey.

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