Innovative Manufacturers' Center
Driving Manufacturing Growth and Job Creation in Central Pennsylvania
COVID-19 has not just caused a temporary interruption to our everyday lives, it has ushered in a new reality. The basic principles of safety will not change, but the strategies and tactics must. All change impacts safety, and leaders need to address these changes with strategic planning and proactive practices. Poor safety performance is an indicator of inadequate strategic planning.
Organizations that remain committed to the pursuit of safety excellence have been proactively examining the best case, worst case, and most likely scenarios. They are working to outline actions under these three scenarios as they plan for the new normal and the reopening of the global economy. Learn how to remain committed to safety excellence during confusing times and how to maintain the focus on and in safety. While there is always risk of doing the wrong thing, there is a greater danger in doing nothing. It is time to begin strategically planning for the new reality.
Are you ready to take control and secure your safety future?