For many years, the phrase that best described the attitude of business to transparency was ‘on a need-to-know basis’. Whether it was shareholders, employees, customers or civil society, companies were reluctant – or indeed saw no need – to share information with their stakeholders. “It used to be that if a company identified an issue, […]
The way employers enable learning and information-sharing plays an influential role in whether new employees will become safety leaders or safety liabilities.
Everything is easy when you’re not the one actually doing it, right? If fantasy could become reality, we would all have that easy button on our desks.
You may have heard that OSHA is reaching out to about 15,000 workplaces with high DART rates.
Whether we’re sitting at a desk, working in a factory, driving trucks or even flying airplanes, fatigue can sneak up on us. And fatigue can lead to error. But it’s important to remember that fatigue can be managed. Getting satisfactory sleep and trying to build a routine in your day-to-day activities is the best way […]
Game #7: St. Louis Cardinals vs. Texas Rangers.
OSHA has launched the National Emphasis Program on recordkeeping and, at the same time, is directing inspectors to review a company’s Form 300 Logs of work related injuries and illnesses for up to five previous years for violations of the recordkeeping rules. The end result is that many employers are receiving five and six digit […]