Page 6: Conclusion
British Steel Engineering Steels has planned and implemented an extremely effective training programme. It has embraced an important training need in such a way as to create a positive change in the organisational culture regarding Health and Safety.
Many employees have been involved in the planning and delivery of the Health and Safety initiative. The nature of the training has broken down barriers between managers and employees by empowering employees and encouraging the continuous shared involvement in Health and Safety management.
In 1998 British Steel Engineering Steels received recognition for its Health and Safety training by winning one of the government’s National Training Awards. Creating a culture in which people are brought together to achieve shared objectives is the key to success.