The Importance of Managed Competence for Safety Performance
The Baines Simmons SMARRT MAP™ has been developed to assist organisations understand, build and power up their safety management system for performance.
Managing the performance of the four core management systems and five key enablers to achieve organisational safety performance requires Managed Competence.
Managed Competence is the driver for effective safety, ensuring suitably qualified experienced people are retained to perform safety roles. It is established through a competency definition framework and managed by assessment, training, performance management review and continuous personal development.
A programme of Managed Competence is fundamental to underpinning safety performance.
Managed Competence is an organisation’s ability to develop, manage and continuously improve people with the appropriate skills, knowledge and attitude to effectively perform their safety-related role in line with the overall business and safety strategy.
To fulfil this role, managers need to be able to effectively demonstrate performance across a number of key elements:
– Framework (Definitions)
– Performance Management
– Continuous Improvement.
Collectively, these elements give an organisation the vital ability to develop, manage and retain the most important resource it needs to continuously improve safety performance – competent, professional people.
Through our broad portfolio of consulting and training programmes, we help organisations enhance safety performance, developing and sustaining Managed Competence at all levels.
To find out more about our approach to safety performance and how we can help you, please contact one of our business advisors:
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