As one of the nation’s largest ports in total tonnage, the Port of Corpus Christi employs over 211 employees in various roles, each with their own unique risks and hazards. While the Port has many important safety systems in place, it is seeking to take safety to the next step. As part of the roadmap to achieve this, the Port is focusing more on leading indicators. One particularly novel indicator is the psychological safety traits of its people. Learn how this organization is measuring employees’ “SafetyDNA” and using this information in its training, orientation, and development programs in order to reduce at-risk behaviors and improve safety culture.
- Strategy and lessons learned on moving beyond foundational/traditional safety systems to a more progressive safety culture.
- The key psychological factors that predict at-risk behavior, as well as the safety leadership traits that predict team incident rates.
- Examples of how SafetyDNA factors influence safety behaviors in an organization with very different types of jobs and exposures.
- Best practices for using psychometric assessment data during coaching, training and on-the-job feedback interactions in order to reduce exposure to risk across the organization.
- Practical ways to embed this leading indicator data into everyday safety management systems, such as safety training, risk assessments, job planning, incident reporting and root cause analysis.
- Esteban Tristan, Ph.D., Safety Practice Manager at Select International
- Angela Leyva,CSP., Safety Manager at Port of Corpus Christi Authority
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originally presented June 2017