"Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of intelligent effort." - John Ruskin
These principles are not things Al has made up; each one has been thoroughly investigated and proven in the real world.
Here's what we know about our four key areas:
Human behaviour is motivated, therefore it can be managed. Over seventy years of clinical
and field study of Human Behaviour has taught us how to manage it. The key is not to do
safety "to" your fellow employee, but "with" them.
If you measure it, they'll do it. If you add a reward, they'll do it with commitment and
Safe tools, equipment, materials, and environment have a huge impact on safety; they too
need to be managed.
"The way it is around here" really matters to safety. How you spend your time and money
matters A LOT! How you demonstrate your values, by means of your actions, will speak
"What you do speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say." - Ralph Waldo Emerson