There have been times or even are times when occupational safety and health professionals have wanted to discipline workers for infractions of various sorts.
In this recorded video discussion, “HOP Mentor” Andrea Baker explains why disciplining workers is often the wrong approach. Instead, she recommends helping to create circumstances in which workers develop accountability for their behaviors, decisions, and work.
Here are some other articles you might find of interest as well:
- 9 Things to Know about HOP
- 5 Principles of HOP (discussion with Todd Conklin)
- What is Safety Differently? (discussion with Ron Gantt)
- Is Safety Differently Really Different than Safety? (discussion with Ron Gantt)
- HOP, Operational Learning & Learning Teams (discussion with Bob Edwards)
- Conducting a Learning Team
- Implementing HOP in Oil & Gas
- What is HPI & How to Implement HPI
- The ATD HPI Model
- Worker Motivation: Autonomy, Mastery & Purpose
- What Is a Learning Organization?
- Becoming a Learning Organization (discussion with Michelle Ockers)
- Learning to Learn (discussion with Arun Pradhan)
- Facilitating Change at Work (discussion with Arun Pradhan)
Before you go, please feel free to download our infographic showing the famous Mager & Pipe Workplace Performance Problem Analysis & Solution Flowchart.
Analyzing & Solving Workplace Performance Problems Flowchart
Download this free infographic, based on the famous Mager/Pipe flowchart from their book Analyzing Performance Problems, to determine the cause of workplace performance problems and then select the appropriate solution/intervention.