This program involves at least ten days of his team’s direct participation with the organization over a four month period. However, the size of the organization and number of locations may impact the number of days involved. Please connect with us to discuss the scope before we deliver a cost framework.
When the final stage of the process is completed, the organization possesses the knowledge, tools and measurement capabilities to support, reinforce and continuously improve its culture from that point forward.
The program includes:
- an online education tool for all employees at every level and all new employees joining the organization following the program’s completion
- in person interviews with at least 40 workers, supervisors and managers
- coaching of managers and health and safety professionals around engagement
- coaching of H&S professionals and joint safety committees on how to develop a “dashboard” to measure lagging and leading indicators
- a one-time, high-profile, intervention experience: one speech to all employees, all at once or by shifts or divisions, to focus all the acquired intelligence gathered throughout the process to align workers, supervisors and managers with a “re-boot” of attitudes
When this Culture Change Workout Model was first developed by Paul and his team, it was implemented within a private sector sawmill operation with serious workplace injury issues.
Dalhousie University’s Dave Stuewe and international research scientist Dov Zohar oversaw a climate perception study, funded in part by the Worker Compensation Board of Nova Scotia and the company involved.
Not only did the study show that supervisor perceptions in particular changed but also the company’s injuries began to decline quickly and were reduced to ZERO for three consecutive months soon after the intervention and for the first time in company memory.
Note: This model and methodology is adaptable and applicable to other types of outcomes beyond workplace injury.
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