Safety Assessments and Development Solutions

Select and develop safer employees with SafetyDNA 
Make safety personal. Because it is.

Improving Safety Starts with Individuals and Their SafetyDNA

Research shows there are innate psychological characteristics that are consistently linked to safety behavior, incident rates, and even injury severity. Everyone has a unique combination of these traits and abilities, which we call “SafetyDNA.”  By identifying and measuring these unique characteristics, your organization is able to consider each of your employees’ safety “blind spots” and provide individual, targeted safety plans. This is the only way to drive true behavioral change, grow stronger leaders and improve safety culture and performance.


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Safety Case Study Library  

Interested in learning how companies have been using our SafetyDNA hiring and development solutions to improve their safety culture and performance?

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Four Key Behaviors for
Effective Safety Leadership

The L.E.A.D. Model

Throughout history and popular culture there are various stories and examples about behaviors related to safety leadership. If we break down each of these examples, it gives us a useful way to share what we call the “L.E.A.D. Model” of safety leadership. This model is based on research of the many behaviors that are necessary for successful safety leadership, and what it takes to truly change an organization’s safety culture.

In this guide, you’ll learn the 4 key behaviors that make up the L.E.A.D. Model and how these behaviors will help you to become a more effective safety leader.
L.E.A.D Model Behaviors include:

• Lay out a vision
• Embrace change
• Act as a coach
• Demonstrate credibility

 

 

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“Select International has given our employees the resources and tools to make safety personal.”

Watch the video to the left to learn how Angela Leyva and the team at the Port of Corpus Christi were able to identify employee safety blind spots that could become a concern and how they improved safety at the individual level.

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