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752 Correlating Sports to Safety: A Winning Combination


Summary: Engaging middle management, supervision and the workers in implementing an effective safety management program can be challenging. This paper provides an overview of the Safety League Program, implemented on Bechtel’s Gladstone Liquefied Natural) Gas Project, GLNG, on Curtis Island, Gladstone, Australia. The Safety League Program was developed to improve middle-management ownership and engagement of fundamental aspects of the safety program by correlating sports terminology and concepts to aspects of existing safety and health processes.


 

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