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“Walk-down” – just what does that phrase mean? According to the Urban Dictionary, it means to “get out of the car and go on foot.” Other definitions include “going down a street on foot”, “going further than ever before.” These definitions imply… Continue reading
While conducting safety walk-throughs with clients many times we will find an isolation device such as a valve, switch, or flange that has been disabled for maintenance or retirement of a piece of equipment. Many times we find tags that… Continue reading
If you want to be safe at work, home, and play you need to have certain characteristics that can be seen by others. When someone claims that you are a safe person, they have observed something about you that resonates… Continue reading
A key topic for safety has continually been accountability. Why? Without accountability in the workplace, we cannot expect improvement to happen. People will continue to get injured by the same hazards and by taking unsafe actions. Accountability is a word… Continue reading
I am consistently asked, “Is it really possible to hit zero injuries?” This can start a storm of opinions as evidenced on an online safety forum. About a month ago I was conducting one of my ever-popular Facilitated Safety Discussions… Continue reading