Safety Governance encourages a culture of ethical and legal responsibility and accountability for an organisations’ inputs and outputs.
It encourages a focus on the impacts of an organisation; the intent on ensuring a safe workplace, safe products, safe services and safety to anyone impacted by the work.
Safety governance is the activities that are undertaken and influenced above and with the Chief Executive Officer.
Oversight professionals such as investors, sustainability professionals, boards, chief executive officers, directors, company secretaries, safety, risk and governance professionals have a huge impact on the resulting Safety Governance and oversight of an organisations safety results – the result of a safe workplace or place of work, safe product, safe services or safety to anyone impacted by our work.
A maturity model is a tool that helps people assess the current effectiveness of an organisation and supports figuring out what capabilities they need to acquire next in order to improve their performance.
The Safety Governance Maturity Model® is a tool that helps people assess the current effectiveness of the safety governance within an organisation and supports figuring out what capabilities they need to acquire next in order to improve their safety governance performance.
The Safety Governance Maturity Model® was designed to align with Risk Management Standard ISO 31000 & Governance of Organisations Guidance ISO 37000.
The model is adapted from other Sustainability & Governance Maturity Models so that the learning is only extended from existing knowledge in the marketplace.