Assess your safety culture for free: Safety Culture Snapshot App from RMS & Gensuite
Gensuite, a configurable best practice, cloud-based HSE software platform provider, in partnership with European safety leadership consulting firm RMS, is offering the free Safety Culture Snapshot App to managers, supervisors and team leaders looking to assess and enhance their team’s safety culture.
The foundation to health & safety excellence is a strong safety culture. With the new App, users are said to be able to quickly evaluate where a team’s safety culture stands by utilising the new free digital assessment application – and access free digital resources for continued learning, growth, and training, all directly from the App.
- Complete the simple 20-question assessment for your snapshot.
- Check out your numerical and qualitative safety culture rating, highlighting the maturity of your current safety culture, and explore the tailored recommendations based on your responses to improve in key areas of leadership, behavior, and performance.
- Access exclusive free continuing education and training resources, including podcasts, articles, and videos, to power your journey to safety excellence
Safety Culture Snapshot is derived from the insights and extensive industry research of Dr. Andrew Sharman, Founder of RMS, current IOSH President, and author of the global best-selling book, From Accidents to Zero, and his team of safety culture experts at RMS; and is designed and supported by Gensuite’s innovative digital management platform and software expertise. For over two decades, Gensuite has helped companies manage safe & sustainable operations worldwide, with a focus on fast return on investment, service excellence and continuous innovation, and most recently demonstrating the commitment to the development of practical solutions for workplace COVID-19 risk response and mitigation.
Take your free Safety Culture Snapshot here.
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This free director’s briefing contains:
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