Approach to Design Designing of a Balanced Score Card (BSC) requires a through understanding of the structure of the organization, processes and hierarchy of people. In our case of Saudi schools, after understanding this I have divided the BSC framework in 5 different perspectives named as P1 to P5…
We shall see them one by one. P1: SAFETY MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP For incorporating any new initiative it is important that the Management and the top bosses are with it. Unless they decide to implement the program, process or initiative properly no new thing can go through. Hence while designing a Safety BSC it is important to evaluate the attitude of the Management. Management is more generic term; it shall include the top management authority of the school, Cleaners, maintenance staff, administrative staff and the teachers as well. This is because safety is universal to all human beings and its learning and knowledge should not be imparted based on degree of seniority or status. Once the BSC is implemented by looking at this perspective score one can say that how successful the management is in taking care of health and safety of its pupils in schools and what are the areas of improvement for the managers. Factors under this perspective will basically include factors which indicate the dedication of management to safety, involvement of employees in the safety program and their awareness level. Sometimes the program is implemented from up above but till it reaches at the base level staff the effectiveness and efficiency decreases drastically. Hence it is important also to see how the supervisors are carrying out their duty of communication and support to its subordinates. Hence perceived supervisor competence is a factor to be considered. There has to be some incentive shown to people for being a party to safety culture. This need not be cash or kind, but a simple realization from supervisors that this is a good thing to do for overall benefit of the organization and yourself. A pat in back or expression of gratitude by management in meetings will encourage employees to practice safe work environment rules. P1 - F1: Management commitment to safety The title may be self explanatory but the question might arise that why is it necessary. The management would always want to follow best health and safety standards and be up to date in processes to safe guard everybody’s interest. But this is important factor because management team keeps on changing, the environment around them and school also keeps on changing. They need to keep themselves up to date all the time. Hence they need to be committed to health and safety of the school. Item 1: No. of Junior / admin Staff directly involved/responsible for Safety management Item 2: No. of Senior management directly involved/responsible for Safety management Item 3: Whether all staff member have taken the ‘Health and Safety’ self learning module and passed with minimum 70% marks P1 - F2: Safety communication First aid kits, fire extinguishers, fire exits, defibrillators etc might be available at the school campus but does everyone know about it? There might be rules to be followed while opening and closing a science laboratory or while switching on the heater/cooler for the auditorium, are they being followed? Communicating the rules, regulations, processes and locations of important things is necessary and inevitable. Hence this factor needs to be measured to ensure that everyone who is responsible for other pupils knows them. Communication to pupils in general is also important and there should one communication program or ‘health and safety’ ...
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