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I hope you had a great holiday weekend, but now it’s back to the business of safety. Sometimes after a long restful weekend we might find ourselves a bit distracted and safety awareness is low. Conversely, we might find ourselves… Continue reading
Safety is simply about reducing the risk of injury to yourself, co-workers, and the public. To many times I pass by a worksite and find the public at risk to injury. The person on the street is usually clueless about… Continue reading
Imagine a worksite where everyone takes responsibility for hazard recognition and control. – Carl Potter
Wouldn’t it be neat to look out over your workplace and realize that everyone who works there is safety competent? It can be done, but… Continue reading
Several elements create a safe work environment. First we make a workplace were it is difficult for any personnel to be injured. Secondly, we make sure everyone knows what precautions to take (controls) to prevent injury. Third, we observe and… Continue reading
Safety requires the decision to follow rules and procedures that will mitigate risk. Mitigation simply reduces the opportunity for an event that causes injury to people or damage to equipment. The decision to mitigate risk is influenced by the current… Continue reading
Workplace safety is about risk management. In my experience the companies who understand risk management educate their employees, supervisors, management and executives in mitigation of risk through hazard recognition and control. In my presentations I like to say that, “If… Continue reading
Many of our children are latch-key, meaning they come home and are alone for several hours before you arrive from work. Have you ever talked to your family about egressing your home in the event of a fire? Do they… Continue reading