The scheme not only looks at accident records, but also entrants' overarching health and safety management systems, including practices such as leadership and workforce involvement.
What does WFI stand for?
WFI stands for Workforce Involvement
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- WaterFurnace International
- Wellness Fitness Initiative (International Association of Fire Fighters)
- Westland Free Issue (Westland Helicopters Ltd.)
- Wide Field Imager
- Wilmington Finance, Inc. (Wilmington, DE)
- Wireless Facilities Inc.
- Work Focused Interview
- Workflow and Imaging (work processing and document imaging software)
- Workforce Florida, Inc.
- World Federalist Institute (est. 1947)
- World Federation of Investors (Belgium)
- Worst-Case Fairness Index
- Wraparound Fidelity Index
- Washington Food Industry Association (Olympia, WA)
- Wells Fargo Investment Advisors
- WestHolland Foreign Investment Agency (Netherlands)
- Working Families Independence Act (Pennsylvania)
- Washington First International Bank (Seattle, WA)
- Wavelength Forwarding Information Base (Internet protocol)
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In addition to reviewing accident records, the scheme also considers entrants' overarching health and safety management systems, including strong leadership and workforce involvement.
It also scooped the Workforce Involvement in Safety and Health Trophy for the second time at the ceremony, held in Birmingham.
Special awards include workforce involvement, training and occupational health.
Payne introduced the design of workforce involvement within the initiative by addressing the need for standardized workforce planning.
There are special awards for workforce involvement, training, occupational health, environmental management and the management of occupational road risk.
Experience gained from these initiatives highlighted the need for R6[sigma][TM] to require leadership and workforce involvement, commitment and ownership.
Roger Bibbings, from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), said: "The govern-ment and the Health and Safety Commission has reacted positively to last year's public consultation exercise and have included many of the ideas suggested by RoSPA for strengthening the 'three pillars' of good health and safety performance - board level leadership, effective management and strong workforce involvement.