EHS Culture Standard: Tools and Techniques

An EHS Culture Framework sets out the specific, critical behaviours required at each level of an organisation to achieve a strong safety culture and excellent safety performance.  The approach has been researched and developed with over 40 companies worldwide over the last 10 years. Every company that has developed a Culture Framework has adopted the same research-based framework but has tailored the specific behaviours to suit their company culture.

Once developed, the EHS Culture Framework can be used to assess and develop safety culture; help link existing health and safety programmes and activities to the key behaviours and can be integrated into management systems.  Over the years, companies have developed various tools & best practices that are linked to the key themes (Standard; Communication; Risk Management & Involvement) of the framework and shared ideas with each other at our biennial Culture Framework User Conference (the most recent one took place on the 14th & 15th June, 2016 in Edinburgh).  We are planning an Australasian conference for 2017. 

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The Keil Centre has recently developed a brochure that outlines its products and services that support the development of the EHS behaviours in each theme and at each level in the Culture Framework. To express your interest in attending the Australasian User Conference in 2017, or to receive a Culture Framework brochure, please contact: angela@keilcentre.com.au in Australia or enquiries@keilcentre.co.uk in UK.

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