Current safety and risk management guidelines necessitate that organizations develop and formally manage their understanding and knowledge of the standards and protocols of risk management. The impact of communication and human performance on the identification and control of hazards and associated risk must be addressed in a structured manner. This core reference provides a complete guide to achieving understanding and compliance with the goal of creating a comprehensive and effective safety culture. Safety Culture is a reference for safety and risk professionals and a training text for corporate-based learners and students at university level. The book will keep safety and risk management professionals up-to-date and will provide the tools needed to develop consistent and effective organizational safety protocols. How to develop a foundation to improve the perception of safety, analyse the organizational culture and its impact on the safety management system, and review the importance of developing a network that can influence leadership and employees for an improved safety culture. The common elements found in safety management systems, provides a format for establishing goals and objectives, discusses the impact of leadership on the safety management system and the roles and responsibilities needed as well as methods to gain employee participation. How to handle the perception of risk, risk management principles, the implementation of an Activity Based Safety System and the developing of a job hazard analysis process.