Build a Safety Culture

A strong culture of safety can save money and lives.

It all starts at the top with management commitment. Management's steadfast dedication to safety must be passed down throughout the entire organization. A focus on safety helps prevent accidents, reduce workers’ compensation premiums, and keeps your employees healthy and on the job. 

The Importance of Conducting a Job Safety Analysis (Part 1)

Identifying and developing safe job procedures can help you create a safer work environment for your employees. You can do this by conducting a Job Safety Analysis, also known as a JSA. This is Part 1 of a 2-part video series. Watch Part 2 next, “How to Conduct a Job Safety Analysis,” for simple, step-by-step instructions. Both videos are available in Spanish.

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How to Conduct a Job Safety Analysis (Part 2)

A job safety analysis, or JSA, is an important part of a workplace safety program. It is a method to study a task to identify hazards and potential injuries associated with each step of a task. A JSA is a tool that can help you develop solutions to eliminate or minimize hazards and prevent workplace injuries. To understand the importance of a JSA, watch Part 1: “The Importance of Conducting a Job Safety Analysis.” Both videos are available in Spanish.

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Is Your Business Committed to Safety?

A strong safety culture is based on the understanding that...


All injuries can -- and should -- be prevented.

Management is legally, economically, and morally responsible for the safety and well-being of its employees.

Supervisors must be held accountable for the safety of the employees who report to them.

Employees are responsible for performing their jobs safely.

Safety training for employees is essential to a safe workplace. 

All workplace conditions and scenarios can be safeguarded.