“The Government Is Paying Billions To Shipbuilders With Histories Of Continual Safety Violations”

The U.S. shipbuilding industry continues to win billions of dollars in contracts to build Navy and Coast Guard vessels, despite serious safety lapses that have endangered and killed workers. From Reveal at the Center for Investigative Reporting, special correspondent Aubrey Aden-Buie reports. By Jennifer Gollan  A Mississippi shipbuilder continues to reap lucrative federal contracts despite objections … Continue reading “The Government Is Paying Billions To Shipbuilders With Histories Of Continual Safety Violations”

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“@OSHA_Guy [Free Webinar] OSHA Status of Pres. Trump’s Agenda for the “Deconstruction of the Administrative State” – August 15th, 1:00pm ET”

Free Webinar Date: Tuesday, August 15, 2017 Time: 1:00pm to 2:30pm ET Your Hosts: Eric J. Conn, Kate M. McMahon, Amanda Strainis-Walker, and Micah Smith President Trump was carried to the White House on promises (or threats) of rolling back government regulations.  At the CPAC conference this year, Pres. Trump’s Sr. Policy Advisor, Steve Bannon, framed much of … Continue reading “@OSHA_Guy [Free Webinar] OSHA Status of Pres. Trump’s Agenda for the “Deconstruction of the Administrative State” – August 15th, 1:00pm ET”

“PeopleWork: 4 Simple Steps To Build Better Motivation for Safety” @KevinBurnsBGI

Published on Jun 20, 2017 http://www.kevburns.com Improve an employee's motivation to do the work and you improve their motivation to do the work safely. On this episode, we will explore four easy steps to improving employees' motivation in safety. As a front-line safety person or supervisor, you may not be aware of it but you … Continue reading “PeopleWork: 4 Simple Steps To Build Better Motivation for Safety” @KevinBurnsBGI

“A Complete Listing Of My Published Works”

Many Safety Articles, Lessons And More By A Good Friend, Phil La Duke! All Are Recommended Reading!

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“PeopleWork: “When Safety Is The Safety Guy’s Job” @KevinBurnsBGi

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_qZvldZYaI On this episode, a little relief for safety folks who have to put up with unproductive opinions that safety is the exclusive responsibility of the safety person. Safety is a shared responsibility. It’s not exclusive to one person. Every person on the job site is responsible for their own safety and the safety of … Continue reading “PeopleWork: “When Safety Is The Safety Guy’s Job” @KevinBurnsBGi

New! – “NIOSH Aerial Lift Operator Simulator Program Helps Identify Hazards!” #Safety

The NEW NIOSH Aerial Lift Hazard Recognition Simulator, which is intended to help aerial lift operators familiarize themselves with hazards they may encounter on the job is now available for download to use as a training tool at your workplace. In this instance, NIOSH uses the term “aerial lifts” to describe multiple types of lifts, including … Continue reading New! – “NIOSH Aerial Lift Operator Simulator Program Helps Identify Hazards!” #Safety

“The Cost of Accidents & Not Reporting Near Misses”

  Near misses happen every day in the workplace. Regardless of their potential for personal injury and property damage, all near misses should be taken seriously and consistently reported. There are many terms which essentially mean the same thing – accident avoidance, close call, mishap or even narrow escape. It doesn’t matter exactly what terminology … Continue reading “The Cost of Accidents & Not Reporting Near Misses”

“Near Miss Reporting – “How One Wrong Act Leads To Eventual Harm”

Near misses happen every day in the workplace. Regardless of their potential for personal injury and property damage, all near misses should be taken seriously and consistently reported. There are many terms which essentially mean the same thing – accident avoidance, close call, mishap or even narrow escape. It doesn’t matter exactly what terminology your … Continue reading “Near Miss Reporting – “How One Wrong Act Leads To Eventual Harm”

“The 12 Days Of Christmas Safety” – Infographic”

Infographic created by Creative Safety Supply We’re all in a festive mood this time of year, so don’t let some safety mishaps ruin your Holiday Season! The team at Creative Safety Supply has created a fun and informative Christmas Safety infographic. From Christmas trees and lights, to candles, ladders and holiday cheer, there are safety … Continue reading “The 12 Days Of Christmas Safety” – Infographic”

Near Miss Reporting – “How One Wrong Act Leads To Eventual Harm”

Near misses happen every day in the workplace. Regardless of their potential for personal injury and property damage, all near misses should be taken seriously and consistently reported. There are many terms which essentially mean the same thing – accident avoidance, close call, mishap or even narrow escape. It doesn’t matter exactly what terminology your … Continue reading Near Miss Reporting – “How One Wrong Act Leads To Eventual Harm”