Here is a problem you face. When your workforce steps onto the shop floor or gets into their vehicles or turns on their computers you have lost control
of their next thought, action or outcome.
There is nothing wrong with high quality rules, regulations and systems but they alone will not deliver the results you need to stay in business. There is another axis
The problem is that humans are free agents and think and act independently.
Without a clear, metric drive culture standard to guide their thoughts and actions they will operate independently, which might be ok some of the time but most likely will be one of your greatest liabilities. Your organization needs a culture compass
and you are the one who owns the compass.
How are you going to maintain high levels of safety, environmental stewardship, quality and production as your company grows, acquires new assets and changes to market conditions?
There are a lot of moving pieces.
You can try to control the people in your organization with rules, regulations and overbearing systems but if you have not given your employees the tools to think and respond in the high stress moments all your paperwork and checklists might as well have been used for less noble purposes.