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Articles Tagged with ''culture''
There is a considerable amount of productive friction - just enough disagreement that we get into it, but not so much that we lose focus on what matters - generating good insights that we can apply on the shop floor.
A serious disconnect existed between the kind of “power” managers thought they were giving and what employees believed they were receiving.
Safety and health management systems remain entirely too rigid and compliance-focused to effectively react to the pace of business.
Have appropriate respect for who’s really in charge out there.
How does your organization make sense of safety?
By Dave Johnson, ISHN Editor
If the warning signs were present, why didn’t someone catch them?
Use these strategies to minimize the need to beat your safety system.
The Alta Gracia Project pays more than twice the prevailing wage for garment workers, has a member-controlled trade union, and has made workplace health and safety a priority.