In 1993, Siemens & Furnas Controls , a US manufacturer of industrial controls gave safety equal importance to cost, quality control, production and morale, added an awards system to its health and safety programme, and invested $80,000 - $95,000 annually in incentives. Training and supervision were seen as essential to heightening safety awareness .Managers met monthly to discuss safety issues and were made accountable for safety. Safety was integrated throughout the manufacturing process with s...

BPIR Categories

9.6.5 Manage workplace cleanliness, health & safety
9.5.5 Manage reward & recognition programs
9.10.2 Analyse the impact of rewards/training/well-being
15.4.6 Work environment, health, safety, ergonomics

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