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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
See the hazard? Many people will not notice the possible outcome of this situation. I guess because of the number of Hazard Recognition and Control Workshops’ and worksite walk-throughs I’ve done, my eyes are conditioned to search for this type… Continue reading
If you consider the above quote, why would you want to focus on being successful at work? In this day and time success in your current job may lead to a bigger and better opportunity. Employers are looking for employees… Continue reading
A safety meeting should be an organized, orderly, and respectful conversation with a single purpose: prevent injuries.
Nobody is happy about going to a meeting except the one who called the meeting, and that may be questionable, too. Purposely, safety… Continue reading
We cannot direct the winds, but we can adjust our sails.
When it comes to safety rules you cannot always have things your way. And, it’s possible you may not be correct in your thinking. From time to… Continue reading
You might have an opportunity to present safety concepts at a safety meeting, job briefing, or tailgate talk. Presenting is the act of trying to influence others’ thinking to provoke action or behavioral change. As a professional speaker, I am… Continue reading