Safety Culture

Finding safety’s tipping point

Use a “change network” of connectors, salespeople and mavens
April 2, 2013
Imagine, you have just been deployed to an onshore production operation and charged with improving contractor safety in a geographically spread operation.


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Nominations now being accepted for the NSC Rising Stars of Safety, Class of 2013

Annual National Safety Council recognition of the next generation of safety leaders
April 2, 2013

Today, the National Safety Council has announced it is accepting nominations for the NSC Rising Stars of Safety, presented by DuPont Sustainable Solutions, which recognizes individuals younger than 40 who have distinguished themselves by improving workplace safety. Individuals must display creative and innovative approaches to safety.


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Six ways to undermine safety

March 29, 2013
Leaders want to demonstrate commitment to safety.


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Actions speak louder than words?

March 27, 2013
In any organization, leadership is responsible to set the standards and values of that organization.


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Solutions to the speak-hear conundrum

How tasks such as clear communication can help employees avoid on-going problems in the workplace
March 26, 2013
While sitting around the fire pit during a customer trip to Africa, my team had an enjoyable discussion with the African people who were a part of the camp.


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Safety success can be scary

March 21, 2013
Did you watch the post-game interview with Nick Saban, head coach of the Alabama Crimson Tide after the Tide won the NCAA football championship back in January?


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7 ways to increase your influence in safety

March 20, 2013
Safety excellence requires the true engagement of leadership.


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Incident investigations: five challenges to successful findings

A good incident investigation process identifies root causes and how to address them so that the safety culture is strengthened.
March 20, 2013
Even though organizations may have a proper incident investigation process in place, often times the process is less than optimal in achieving its objectives.


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The golden goose egg: Is the race to zero incidents worth the chase?

March 15, 2013
There are various schools of thought when it comes to the golden goose egg and your organization’s EHS performance.


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Respect the rules – it helps to keep them simple

March 6, 2013
In protecting workers, KISS can be the most direct line of communication.


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