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Medicina y Seguridad del Trabajo

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MORENO UCELAY, Antonio  y  PALACIOS LINAZA, Juan José. RADAR Programme in Iberdrola: "Enhancing commitment at personal/group/organisational level to boost success in industrial risk prevention": Radar experience 2009-2013. Med. segur. trab. [online]. 2013, vol.59, suppl.1, pp.45-51. ISSN 1989-7790.

Industrial risk prevention is already at an advanced stage in IBERDROLA, where the accident rate is low and high standards have been attained as regards information, training, certification, inspections, committees, etc. For this reason, the group decided to go one step further and generate a higher degree of commitment in the following areas: personal leadership by the employees that make up the IBERDROLA Group's companies in Spain; daily management of industrial risk prevention; activities carried out on an individual basis and in the groups to which the employees belong, as well as in the organisations that make up the company. Rolling out the Radar Programme in the companies that make up the IBERDROLA Group has been instrumental in fostering cultural change in the field of prevention among the various target groups. It has also resulted in higher levels of motivation and enhanced personal commitment, particularly as regards the people that have the most opportunities to get involved, i.e. the workers themselves. In practical terms, there are advantages outside the field of industrial risk prevention: improved employee self-esteem; increased communication with peers, superiors and with Prevention Services; greater sense of belonging to a team and a more results-oriented approach among the groups that have taken part in the programme. These positive outcomes mean that the initiative is now being extended outside Spain to other companies belonging to the group, both in Europe and America.

Palabras clave : Commitment; Risk; Industrial; Behaviour; Conduct.

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