Safety Culture

How Understanding Human Behavior Can Lead to a Safer Workplace

This roundtable discussion explores the evolution of workplace safety.

By Joseph Weigel, Electrical Safety Works; Johan Roels, Loss Control Centre Belgium; and Charlie Palmgren, Innovative Interchange

Because human behavior is such an important ingredient in improving workplace safety and managing loss-control exposures, a better understanding of the principles of human behavior will lead to more effective outcomes in the area of workplace safety. Workplace safety has in the past decade become a high management priority for most responsible business leaders.

Charlie Palmgren, a senior management consultant and executive coach, has spent decades researching, writing and coaching about organizational development, human behavior, and human transformation. Johan Roels is owner and principal thought engineer at Loss Control Centre Belgium, a consulting business that specializes in safety culture change. Read the Q&A with them from Plant Services

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