Compliance checks or deeper decision-making evaluations
January 3, 2013
Recently a client inquired about utilizing a consultant to conduct a “third-party” audit of his operations using the client’s second-party auditing protocols.
Examine your job-related rewards, routines & cues
December 4, 2012
In a corporate culture, there are subcultures such as engineering, operations, safety, health, environmental, management, executive, business units, human resources, etc.
Make your presentation early in the morning
November 1, 2012
Three safety professionals were asked to evaluate their company’s previous year’s 129 incident investigation reports to determine what could possibly be done to reduce both the number and severity of injuries.
Beware of superficial spin
October 5, 2012
More than likely, if you find yourself in front of a board, it probably is not for a good reason. Stay focused, present the facts and only the facts, and concentrate on the business implications of the circumstances.
But you can prevent killer collapses
September 6, 2012
Well, it’s that time of the year again to take the company’s ethics course.Read More
How to deal with devilish attitudes
August 1, 2012
Safety pros deal with human weaknesses probably more than anyone in the organization, save for perhaps HR.
Using 6 “weapons of influence”
July 3, 2012
How often have you come up with a safety idea and found yourself beating your head against the wall trying to get buy-in?
The most highly praised & coached generation comes to work
June 6, 2012
The workplace is beginning to experience the blending of Millennials with Boomers. Who are these Millennials?
So why aren’t employers more concerned?
May 3, 2012
Even though all of us undertake do-it-yourself (DIY) projects around the house, it is profoundly apparent many of us perform these DIY projects in the absence of a safety mindset.Read More
Use this checklist before heading to the meeting
April 2, 2012
Safety and health professionals routinely make presentations to their boss, their boss’s boss, and sometimes even the CEO to gain approval for an activity or to beg for funding to initiate a new program or sustain an existing program. Too often we are met with delays, resistance and rejection.