Sustaining a safety culture is a full-time job, and then some. Sustaining a safety culture at work is a full-time job, and then some. (iStock)

Creating an exceptional safety culture is, in many ways, like improving a golf game. Both require the right mentality, clear-cut goals, regular and consistent training, and the ability to do both the big and little things consistently well.

Golf may be just a game, but many serious players are willing to invest the time and energy it takes to excel at it. That mindset and commitment to excellence are also must-haves for employers who genuinely care about safety at work.

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