Safety culture often reflects "the attitudes, beliefs, perceptions and values that employees share in relation to work practices and safety. Doing things safely, even when no one is looking should be the target for any organization.
This can't be enforced, but this feeling can be inculcated in the workforce by following what you preach, to improve safety culture
Executive management provides the incentives for safety performance. This means that senior management is not only committed to and supports safety, but that it insists on safety performance in a manner that is clearly understood and echoed at all levels.
Existence of a company-wide framework or systematic, standardised approach to safety. The approach has performance standards that are audited.
Safety personnel report in at the highest level in the organisations. They have mainly an advisory function. Management and supervision drives the safety programme not the safety personnel.
Active personal involvement of senior management personnel in the safety programme
Safety is considered in performance evaluations of all staff
Regular, detailed audits of the safety management system
Formal approaches to hazard identification and risk analysis, employees are fully involved in this
All levels in the organisation make decisions that reflect the philosophy “Safety first-Production will follow”