The 8 Most Important Elements of Worker Safety

The 8 Most Important Elements of Worker Safety

Ask any safety leader one of their top priorities, and the answer you’ll hear is going to include something about a well-designed safety management program, no doubt. The importance of a comprehensive, results-driven safety management program is clear, but that...
Don’t Kill Your Near Miss Reporting System

Don’t Kill Your Near Miss Reporting System

Near misses are an incredibly valuable, yet often unsustainable, part of an overall safety program.  Near misses are referenced by OSHA as follows: “OSHA strongly encourages employers to investigate all incidents… as well as close calls (sometimes called...
5 Tips to Optimize Your Safety Walk-Arounds

5 Tips to Optimize Your Safety Walk-Arounds

Safety walk-arounds: they might be something you’re doing, but are you getting the most out of them?  Walk-arounds are one of the top ways we can work against complacency and also make sure hazards and risks are identified and then resolved. Keep reading to see 5...
4 Ways to Continually Improve Workplace Safety

4 Ways to Continually Improve Workplace Safety

Imagine this: you’re about to walk into the boardroom to present the latest numbers on safety and costs avoided for a monumental project. The project is one of the biggest your company’s ever taken on.  Do you have confidence in doing so? Are you able to share the...
What You Ought to Know About Your Safety Management System

What You Ought to Know About Your Safety Management System

People. Planning. Programs. Progress. And, performance. These are just a few of the core areas that make up an effective safety management program. But what makes these core functions come together to make a measurable impact on your bottom line? And how can these...