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How Rudolph Foods defines effective leading indicators, and how the culture has shifted since using them.
How Rudolph Foods has adopted a safety app to foster a culture of safety ownership.
How technology can, and ought to be, leveraged in a manufacturing facility.
4 actionable strategies to foster an outstanding, best-in-class safety program.
What factors you should be considering as you plan to reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What to know about tools that can help you manage everyday safety.
Implement all of these 8 elements for a safer culture.
How iReportSource customer Stock Manufacturing & Design keeps their training fresh and effective.
Jack Diener, Safety Coordinator at Stock Manufacturing & Design, shares 6 ways to improve safety.
In this episode, podcast host Blaine sits down with repeat guest, Wesley Carter of Amplify Process Safety, LLC to talk about a critical topic that can often be taken for granted—emergency action planning. Wes has more than 11 years of experience in Process Safety and...
What to know about a proactive, modern‚ and more effective approach to managing your workers’ comp claims.
Do you recognize these signs of an ineffective claims management process?
How to ensure your safety management system rollout is a success.
This Safety Hero talks about a catastrophic explosion that changed her mindset on supporting safety.
Learn why an incident investigation is important, why root cause analysis matters, and more.
Why technology onboarding and implementation doesn’t have to be challenging.
What do you need to know as an employer, and what are the actual obligations you’ll need to plan around?
Listen to the podcast below, where we answer the question: Do valves on respirators impact their effectiveness? (Here's the LinkedIn post that started this conversation, making it a great topic for a podcast.) The purpose of a respirator’s exhalation valve is to...
How to use QR codes to improve your safety program.
The top factors for a successful, sustainable near miss program.
What to know as you draft your return to work plan.
More than three weeks into the pandemic-driven cascade of cancelations, closings, and social distancing, U.S. workplaces are experiencing unprecedented disruption -- and it's measurable. Here's what has changed in a stunningly short period of time (comparing Gallup...
NOTICE: Published April 30, 2020 - The information in this post/episode is subject to change. The new CDC face-covering recommendations do not change the MASK guidance. So what is new? What is the same? Let's talk about that in this episode. Essentially, the CDC...
100 Episodes! Thanks to all the listeners that helped make this happen - you are the reason I continue to produce this podcast. Here's to the next 100 episodes!
What to know about your EHS software implementation.
NOTICE: Published April 1, 2020 - The information in this post/episode is subject to change. All of the discussions about surgical masks got me thinking; what do we know about viruses (CVID-19 or others), and what are the EXPERTS saying? I wanted to explore this topic...
Get the most out of your safety walk-arounds.
UPDATE: The CDC has made changes to workplace guidance as of March 21, 2020, which may make some of the information on this post obsolete: Updated cleaning and disinfection guidance Updated best practices for conducting social distancing Updated strategies and...
According to ISO, the purpose of a safety management system is to provide a framework for managing safety and health risks and opportunities. Of course, this means preventing workplace accidents, injuries, and illnesses by recognizing and eliminating or managing risks...
We know by now that the application of a safety management system (SMS) can drastically improve organizational safety performance. Even OSHA's Partnership program, VPP, relies on management system principles, and you can see the results that participants encounter on...