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Improving your workplace’s safety culture begins with you
by Carl Potter, CSP
What is a safety attitude? More importantly, what is your personal safety attitude?
A positive safety attitude is key to improving a company’s safety culture,… Continue reading
A friend sent me this bit of humor and thought my readers would enjoy it. As you may be aware I conduct a hazard recognition and control workshop and found this to be a lesson learned by the person involved. It… Continue reading
In the United States it is estimated that approximately 2000 workers get something in their eye and have to get help to remove it. Safety Topics found that of those injured about 100 lead to at least one lost day… Continue reading
It is likely that we will see somewhere between 4,000 and 5,000 workplace fatalities in 2013 once all the reports are in. Many families will have a permanently empty place at the table and it will be a tough Christmas… Continue reading
Failure to recognize workplace hazards lead to human suffering, and we can avoid this suffering by recognizing the hazards that lead to injuries. Safety Topics found that OSHA has once again made that point with fines levied on two construction… Continue reading