An incident report needs to include all the essential information about the accident or near-miss. The report-writing process begins with fact finding and ends with recommendations for preventing future accidents. You may use a special incident reporting form, and it might be quite extensive. But writing any incident report involves four basic steps, and those … Continue reading Tips On How To Write a Good Accident Or Incident Report
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By Phil La Duke
In my last column, The Safety Side, in Fabricating and Metalworking magazine (http://www.fabricatingandmetalworking.com/2013/06/stereotypes-get-a-bad-rap/?goback=%2Egmr_1533957%2Egde_1533957_member_254035449) I wrote about personality styles and understanding how a person prefers to be treated and tempering ones style of communication to meet another’s needs can make one not only a more effective safety professional, but a very effective professional of whatever career one chooses to pursue. I posted, as is my habit, a link to the article to the many LinkedIn groups to which I belong. The response was generally positive, but not universally so. One reader posted”
“well i’m not quite sure to agree with what you are saying. i know first hand that most employers, supervisors, or just about most anyone does not like or like working with someone who speaks their mind. and i guess i fall under that category. i say what is on my mind…
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"Those hydraulics wont fail, Will they?" Make Heavy Machinery Safety a Priority Getting your workforce to operate machines safely and effectively requires a commitment from the top. Start by setting clear safety expectations.Then, work to provide the resources, motivation, and accountability you’ll need to ensure ongoing participation. Implement a safety policy Develop, distribute and … Continue reading Safety Photo of the Day – “Look, We’ve Got Shade!”
"I wonder how many people were injured in the making of this video?" It’s probably happened to most of us. That momentary lapse of inattention thinking about a personal problem or distracted by an activity that ends in a slip, trip or fall. A stumble down a stairway. A trip over an uneven surface. … Continue reading How You Can Prevent “Slips, Trips & Falls.”
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Safety as a value on and off the job makes good safety and business sense. In many ways as a plant organization, plant workers, and individually you receive the level of safety performance that you demonstrate you want to achieve! Everyone wins by enhancing safety as a value. Continuous safety performance improvement is a … Continue reading Proactive Safety Means Tomorrow Begins Today!
By Phil La Duke
We’ve all experienced this at one time or another: you point out an unsafe act or safety violation in good faith, only to have the worker shoot back some sarcastic, rude, or juvenile comment. It wears on you, but you’ve come to expect, accept (and probably) resent it. Why can’t people just grow up and let you do your job? The answer might not lie with the people with whom you interact, but rather HOW you interact with them.
In 1964 Dr. Eric Berne wrote The Games People Play, to identify and address what he describes as functional and dysfunctional social interactions. The book is a fantastic guide for interacting with workers. In the book, which has sold more than 5 million copies, Berne introduces the concept of transactional analysis that he believed was the key to interpreting social interactions. Transactional analysis is a method…
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"Ausgrid" We believe safety starts at home. So one of our key business goals is to maintain and improve our safety record within Ausgrid. That means ensuring that our employees understand the risks and are protected at all times. We are committed to being an industry leader in best practice safety performance by doing all … Continue reading Ausgrid “Stayin’ Alive” Safety Video
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I am posting this on behalf of the Recruiter, Please Contact Them Directly! HR/Safety Manager – Mid-West Location Support HR, EHS, Benefits and Training functions. Someone that can developed both HR and Safety policy and procedures, etc…Must come from a manufacturing environment. Primarily an HR role, but still need someone with a fair amount of … Continue reading Job Opening! – HR/Safety Manager – Mid-West Location
"Lean Safety" - A Look at How Lean & Safety Work Together Your long-awaited vacation is finally here! You pack up the car, chart the most direct route from point A (home) to point B (hot vacation spot), bring snacks to avoid unnecessary travel breaks and set off for a week of fun. Obviously, you … Continue reading Lean Safety: Keeping It Lean & Safe!
An incident report needs to include all the essential information about the accident or near-miss. The report-writing process begins with fact-finding and ends with recommendations for preventing future accidents. You may use a special incident reporting form, and it might be quite extensive. But writing any incident report involves four basic steps, and those are … Continue reading “How to Write a Good Accident or Incident Report” #WorkplaceSafety
Please Contact Recruiter Directly! TowerHunter Executive Search is currently recruiting for multiple ‘Area Safety Leaders’ for one of the largest and most reputable not-for-profit health systems in the country. The Area Safety Leader is responsible for overseeing all workplace/employee safety at multiple hospitals. We have numerous openings all in the Northern California region and are … Continue reading Job Posting! – Area Safety Leader, Northern California
Don't be surprised if you find more OSHA inspectors on your doorstep in the near future. According to David Michaels, assistant secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health, OSHA's fiscal year 2011 budget will enable the organization to conduct more than 3,000 additional inspections throughout the year. In addition to the stress associated with … Continue reading Don’t Invite an OSHA Citation with Lower Quality PPE