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Safety’s thought leaders keep bumping into each other at conferences such as ASSE’s annual meeting. Here are three “new thoughts” making the rounds here in Denver:
For the last couple of weeks I have been teaching Just Culture to a large healthcare organization and it has triggered new revelations about the concept.
The Dow Chemical Company and The Pennsylvania State University have launched a pilot program to increase safety awareness and practices in the university’s Departments of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, and Materials Science and Engineering.
I received your letter last week, and while nothing I say or do will ever erase your tragedy I do hope I can help you to understand the state of workplace safety today.
A series of virtual symposiums by the American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) is aimed at helping participants understanding international cultures, standards, and how to work effectively with a multi-culturally diverse workforce.
In order to achieve continuous improvement in safety, professionals must seek ways to build their cultures with a sense of community.
Imagine if a month ago, on New Year’s Day, a grim-faced President Obama came on TV to address the nation with his official POTUS (President Of The United States) New Year’s Resolution:
ProAct Safety, an international safety excellence consulting firm, announced its president and chief operating officer, Shawn M. Galloway, was recognized in the January 2012 edition of Industrial Safety and Hygiene News (ISHN) as a leader in safety.
On the January 23rd cover of Time magazine, Warren Buffett reminds me a bit of a wizened and wise safety and health pro.