Safety Culture Ladder

The Safety Culture Ladder encourages safety awareness and conscious safe behaviour. The goal is to reduce the number of unsafe situations with fewer incidents (absenteeism, damage) as a result. The Safety Culture Ladder provides frameworks for safe working for companies operating in various sectors. No distinction is made between clients, contractors or suppliers.

Together we ensure conscious safe behaviour in the workplace.

The Safety Culture Ladder is a method to measure and continuously improve safety awareness and conscious safe behaviour in organizations. The Safety Culture Ladder provides insight into the degree of conscious safe behaviour in the workplace. The higher the safety awareness in an organization , the higher the score on the Safety Culture Ladder. The Safety Culture Ladder is used to measure and demonstrate clearly to what extent an organization operates safely.

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23-01
2018

‘Safety Culture Ladder’ part of the Annual Congress on Industrial Safety

Keynote speaker Mr Guido Fricke from TenneT will present the Safety Culture Ladder as one of the instruments TenneT uses to achieve safe behaviour and attitude to the annual congre...

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29-11
2017

SCL trainings for companies

Training 'How to implement the SCL'? In 2018 trainings will be organized for companies that intend to implement the Safety Culture Ladder. Dates: 22-23 March 2018, Utrecht 31...

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23-11
2017

Auditor training SCL 2018

The Netherlands In 2018 trainings will be organized for system auditors with little or no experience of the Safety Culture Ladder on the following dates: 17 (+18) January 2018, D...

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About the Safety Culture Ladder

The Safety Awareness Certificate is used by organizations to demonstrate that they are in a particular development stage in terms of safety awareness.

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How do I get a certificate?

The procedure for granting a certificate is described in the manual.

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Which companies are already certified?

The register contains all organizations that have received the Safety Awareness Certificate.

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