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The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission states that “effective safety communication is vital to maintaining a safety culture. When employees regularly communicate with each other in an open, respectful manner, they are also more willing to give and receive feedback. This effective communication supports teamwork and coordination between groups.”
Although you may not be in the nuclear energy sector, the health and well-being of your teams and suppliers are an essential part of your business. When considering your internal communications plan, including training on safety protocols, engaging your employees should be kept at the forefront of your discussion.
For safety, in particular, studies have shown that disengaged employees:
In addition to an employee putting themselves and others at risk, safety incidents can carry a heavy price tag. According to the 2021 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index, serious, non-fatal injuries totaled $59 billion in U.S. workers’ compensation claims in 2018. This breaks down to more than $1.1 billion a week.
Employees that are engaged, however:
A study by the SHRM Foundation at Molson Coors concluded that engaged employees were 5x less likely to have a safety incident and 7x less likely to have a lost-time safety incident. By focusing on increasing employee engagement, the beverage giant reportedly saved $1.7 million in a single year on safety costs alone. The benefits of high employee engagement go beyond a safer workplace. In fact,
There are a plethora of other benefits as well, however, a Gallup study of more than 112,000 businesses found that in the first part of 2021, only 36% of employees reported being engaged at work while 15% reported being actively disengaged.
Here are a few tips:
It’s important to remember that there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach to engaging your internal audiences. Our team is standing by to assist you in developing a communications plan that will keep your team engaged and add to the success of your business.
ARTÉMIA’s expertise in client onboarding and deep market research positions us to create customized solutions specific to each segment of your target audiences, including your staff and suppliers. We will work with you to develop a tailored approach using the latest, most effective tools available, including Video on Demand; live, interactive training; AR; traditional workbooks and reference guides, and more.
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