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Safety Management Insights

Kevin Shoemaker

BasicSafe’s Award-Winning Clients

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on Jan 2, 2017 8:30:00 AM

We at BasicSafe pride ourselves on our ability to help companies across the country maintain safety policies and procedures to keep their work environments safe. It is an honor to help our clients with their safety and compliance efforts.

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Boston Valley Terra Cotta Chooses BasicSafe

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on Jun 28, 2013 9:00:00 AM

 

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College Uses BasicSafe to Educate Students

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on Jun 27, 2013 9:00:00 AM

   

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Southern Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Conference

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on Jun 26, 2013 10:49:00 AM

 

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BasicSafe tools are not just easy to use, they save you time.

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on Dec 3, 2012 1:15:00 PM

BasicSafe users are finding that the integrated safety software tools built by BasicSafe are not just easy to use, they will save you time once your site is loaded with data and these tool are in productive use.

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Visit BasicSafe at Region X VPPA Conference - Boise - May 15-17

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on May 7, 2012 2:28:00 PM

 

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BasicSafe - April - Quick Note #6

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on Apr 23, 2012 9:50:00 AM

Back to the BASICS

SAFETY IS FOR EVERYONE!

Check out your possible product supplier – does everyone get access to safety information or is it limited to only a select few?  Safety is for everyone, every employee should feel safe in their work environment.  They should feel empowered to check or review safety policies or procedures themselves without fear or reminders that safety is only for a privileged few in the workplace. You will find that study after study shows employees that feel safe and that believe their employer will recognize safety as a key element at their workplace will outperform and enjoy their job more. 

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BasicSafe - April - Quick Note #5

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on Apr 19, 2012 9:46:00 PM

Back to the BASICS

CUSTOMER SERVICES IS STILL THE #1 BEST FEATURE

Providing customer service that is nearly heroic should be a minimum requirement.  Being a large business that cannot get back to service customers needs provides little or no value. Every software package implementation will experience hiccups and questions.  If the business cannot be responsive to these needs whether they are training, software related or general computer issues to the customer they are all the same – they can’t get the program to work right now!  Without it working, no other factors really add value or help a business improve their safety program.

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BasicSafe - April - Quick Note #4

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on Apr 17, 2012 9:42:00 PM

Back to the BASICS

RECOGNIZE CUSTOMIZATION CAN BE AN ENORMOUS VALUE

Providing an edge or customizing the software to meet specific needs should be possible for nearly every customer.  Grade school lunch programs tell student “this is what you get and you don’t throw a fit.” Enterprise software programs should be able to provide you exactly what you want if you are willing to pay to obtain it.

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BasicSafe - April - Quick Note #3

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on Apr 13, 2012 9:30:00 AM
Back to the BASICS

ENHANCE YOUR PROGRAM AND INTERACTIVELY IMPROVE

Make sure any software you find provides the structure and muscle to support your program. It should not define your program but enhance and complement your existing practices. Whether your safety plan is in its infancy, or you have an advanced plan, every program that exists can be improved and made more efficient. Like any good design the foundation is the key, check with the product supplier to determine where their business strategy is focused. Are they providing short term compliance band-aids or are they focused on providing tools that will long term enhance the safety of your workplace?

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