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Safety culture is defined as the way in which safety is managed in a workplace. It is the combination of beliefs, perceptions, and attitudes of employees toward the safety of workers and the overall safety of the work environment. Cultivating a safety culture is a key aspect in maintaining workplace safety.

A strong safety culture must include and be promoted by senior management and include the feedback, ideas, and buy-in from the employees.


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