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Five More Key Leadership Safety Behaviours

Graham Marshall - Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Over the last couple of weeks I've been posting blogs relating to "HSE Leadership". 

It is worth looking back at those posts if you haven't yet checked them out.

Today I am posting six more key HSE behaviours that leaders are able to use to demonstrate HSE commitment during their site visits. 

The key site-visit behaviours are listed below:

  • Ask and find out what activities are happening on site prior to your visit;
  • Ask and find out about HSE performance of the site;
  • Ask and find out what the recent site HSE achievements have been;
  • Ask and find out about violations of safety critical procedures or Golden Safety Rules (where available); 
  • Demonstrate your knowledge about the good and not-so-good site HSE performance issues during your site visit conversations; and
  • Use your knowledge of site HSE conditions to demonstrate you're aware of what is going on at site.


Tomorrow I'll post a few more HSE critical behaviours that demonstrate your HSE leadership during site visits.

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