Environmental, Health And Safety
Sorry to being late in reply. Most of them using a word (for issuing certificate on safety) called ''safety award'' in my worplace we are selecting best employees on safety and given a award called as ''star award''.
But i suggest ''safety award'' is the best tile forever.
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22nd April 2012 From United States, Fpo
You can give the Title as "Safety Champion" of the month/quarter or whatever time frame you may decide. The certificate is also a great idea. What I have seen works is some small incentive tied to the certificate (movie ticket for two or dining certificate - whatever is the latest trend in your area).
Also a pin that they can display on their shirt/top is a good remainder to others.
Hope this helps.
23rd April 2012 From United States, Palo Alto
First of all regards to you, Thats great to have such competition in an organisation.
For your query you can go for "Safety Rider" but Safety champion is one of the best.
You can plan for safety week out of your routine production activities. Within that week you can also go for safety training programmes. Before going for any award what I feel is awareness is also an important start.
There are two ways to reward,
1) Monetary Rewards: In this section you can go for monetary or financial rewards such as Incentives.
2) Non-Monetary Rewards consist of recognition like giving that award in annual general meeting or displaying the banner of winner in the most visible places.
I hope this will help you.
23rd April 2012 From India, Pune
You have got already a few good inputs from our forum members... Have a look into the attached file too... This is how we are issuing Appreciation Letter to our employees, contractors, etc...
“Best Safety Conscious Supervisor – Contractor” this is the term we are using... In place of Supervisor, you can put Employee, Contractor Workmen, Professional, Etc. according to your need...
This can be printed in your companies letter head for distribution...
Thanks for the uploads and the inputs... Keep on sharing...
@All : Nice input and participation... Expecting the same in other threads also... Keep up the pace and keep on participating...
23rd April 2012 From India
Now that you are back in the HR saddle I would like to redirect my question to all of you. During our studies we have covered many motivation theories and mainly,
Maslow – Hieraechy of Needs theory
Alderfer - ERG therory
Herzberg – Motivation/Hygine theory
Vroom – Expectancy theory &
Porter/Lawler – Variation of Expectancy theroy
Can we now look at our own organizations, what we practice from above within the parameters of management decisions and then see who is more responsible for retaning our staff? Is it HR as we go out and recruit them or the immdeiate supervisor who make use of the staff having posted them into their respective departments? Either way reason out as to why do you think that they are more responsible than the other?
24th April 2012 From Sri Lanka, Colombo