Todd D. Smith, MS, CSP, ARM is a doctoral student in the Department of Health Promotion and Behavior at The University of Georgia, College of Public Health. Todd is specializing in workplace safety and health. He has 12 years experience as a safety and health consultant. He earned his undergraduate degree and Master of Science degree in Safety Management from West Virginia University. Todd can be reached at email@example.com.
While safety and health risk communication is not a fix-all safety solution, it can be used to increase knowledge and awareness, influence perceptions and prompt action, and is, therefore, a tool that can be used to enhance safety training and educational messages.
This will help reduce injury costs & improve morale
Culture is often succinctly defined as â€œthe way we do thingsâ€ within an organization. Safety culture is often described as the organization's norms, beliefs, roles and attitudes toward safety that are focused on preventing work-related injuries.