How To Get Senior Leadership “Buy In” For Online Safety Technology
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One of the many things pushing workplace health and safety forward over the past decade is the implementation of safety technology. From cloud-based software, online training, mobile apps, wearables, sensors, and employee monitoring systems, technological innovations allow workers to do their jobs more efficiently while reducing the likelihood of injury.
Convincing management to invest in safety can be a big hurdle, especially if leadership doesn’t fully understand the value and impact of environmental health and safety (EHS) programs. Safety often doesn’t have a seat in the boardroom, and in many cases, safety does not even have a budget. Cultivating a workplace culture that prioritizes health and safety isn’t normally the highest priority for executive decision-makers who decide whether to fund safety solutions or not.
It’s achievable if EHS professionals can convince executives of the value of a strategic investment in safety technologies. To do so, they must take a new approach and learn the language of the C-suite, build relationships across the organization, and show how improving safety serves the organization's larger goals.
This guide will help you convince senior leadership to make the right investments in workplace health and safety initiatives and technology.