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Safety Management Insights

Safety Training in the Workplace

Posted by Doug Shoemaker on Nov 6, 2020 1:15:10 PM

Some of the most crucial safety tools you can give your workers are education and training. A worker who truly understands the hazards and controls they are working with is much more capable of and likely to avoid injuries at work. By providing these same workers with in depth knowledge of your environmental, health, and safety (EHS) program, you also empower them to help you develop and implement changes that will keep them safer and save your company resources. On top of that, many OSHA standards have explicit training requirements for maritime, construction, agriculture, and general industries.

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Management of Change Process in 5 Simple Steps

Posted by Doug Shoemaker on Oct 30, 2020 3:28:59 PM

 

 

 

 

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Everything You Need to Know About Management of Change

Posted by Doug Shoemaker on Oct 28, 2020 6:06:01 PM

This article is going to cover everything you need to know about management of change, the processes included, and how to build a reliable system. Regardless of your current understanding of management of change this article will have something for you!

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Top Compliance Solutions and the Benefits of Each

Posted by Doug Shoemaker on Oct 19, 2020 1:08:42 PM

Whether you are talking OSHA, MSHA, FSMA or any other regulation, compliance can be a tricky subject. The reality of maintaining compliance is that there is no magic bullet to guarantee it will be maintained without your company putting in some effort. With that said there are a lot of tools that are readily available to make it easier, more cost effective, and faster than it would be otherwise. This article covers the different options that are available and the benefits and downfalls of each. (In-depth analysis below the info-graph)

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Heat Stress Prevention: Top 5 Tips to Stay Cool At Work

Posted by Chris Brockmann on Sep 7, 2020 12:26:23 PM
Heat stress...
 
One moment your guy is sweating profusely, the next he hits the floor. (Heatstroke.) Workers tend to underestimate heat - not just its physical but also its cognitive effects. 
 
That's why it becomes imperative for safety professionals like you to understand how  heat contributes to unsafe work conditions so you can take proper precautions and prepare your guys. 
 
(Want to manage EHS more easily? Watch this.)
 
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What Safety Managers Need to Know about Posting Signs at Work

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on Aug 18, 2020 4:14:20 PM

Signs are all around us—we see them on the roadside, at the crosswalk, and at restaurants. Signs are important to the functionality of life including in the workplace. Signs are an important part of safety in the workplace, as the proper placement of signs can prevent injury. This is why it’s important as a safety manager to know what signs are needed, why they’re needed, and where to put them.

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Things Manufacturing Plants Should Do to Stay Open During a Pandemic

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on Jul 17, 2020 12:55:22 PM

Businesses have been greatly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, and the manufacturing industry is no exception. It can be difficult to manage a manufacturing plant during a national and global pandemic, especially if your employees are scared with the current state of the world. What can your plant do to stay open during the pandemic?

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How to Make Working Around Heavy Machinery Safer for Workers

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on Apr 6, 2020 10:51:25 AM

Working around heavy machinery is hard and dangerous work. Eliminating all risk in an industrial setting with large pieces of equipment performing often complicated work is impossible. However, there are steps that you can take as a business leader to ensure the lowest probability of accidents possible. Incidents like employee injuries slow down the pace of work, hurt the bottom line of companies, and sap employee morale.

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How Do You Report A Near Miss?

Posted by Doug Shoemaker on Mar 12, 2020 6:10:37 PM

A near-miss can feel a little hard to pin down. When it comes documenting and reporting one, how exactly does one go about recording something that didn’t happen?

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6 Tips for Improving Off-Site Worker Safety

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on Mar 9, 2020 11:31:27 AM

 

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