You want to have a strong safety culture, but hope is not a sustainable strategy. Developing and maintaining a strong safety culture comes from the development of consistent practices that take shape based, in part, on feedback from workforce “constituents”—aka your employees. Safety culture surveys are a great way for management to evaluate the current state of safe work practices, identify areas of improvement and excellence, and more. It’s important to give employees a voice, so they can express their attitudes toward safety within your organization, and even more important to take the knowledge gleaned from what they’ve shared and act on it. How to Deliver a Safety Culture that Isn’t Stalled by Empty Promises will walk you through how to get the most out of what the workforce is telling you through responses to safety culture surveys and how you can turn what you learn into actionable ways to move your safety culture strategy forward, so you’re never making empty promises.