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I really like the idea of reinventing OSHA. I think OSHA is good, but public perception is mostly negative.
Here are some brief thoughts pertaining to leadership behavior. First, let’s deal with the issue of “lack of knowledge of inappropriate behavior” as a leadership excuse.
I try to stay abreast of the safety profession by reading several magazines and websites monthly. In addition, I am fortunate to talk to a number of highly skilled safety mangers on a frequent basis and I blatantly pick their brains as much as possible.
This past Sunday’s The New York Times Magazine (9/4) ran a cover story on “Where Steel Meets Sky,” about the workers rebuilding Manhattan’s skyline with the construction of the One World Trade Center skyscraper.
In my first safety blog I’m going to reflect on Labor Day. This Labor Day I watched Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero about the group of workers racing to complete the September 11 Memorial by the 10-year anniversary of 9/11 (this weekend).
Steve Jobs’s departure as CEO of Apple has unleashed a flood of stories about his legacy, his products, his vision, and his management “playbook.”
How quick is quick, how long is long, and why? These are the top three questions each family asks after their loved one has been killed on the job.
I'd like to correct some common misconceptions about behavior-based safety (BBS) that I saw in a recent ISHN web exclusive article.
This standard establishes the elements and activities for pre-project and pre-task safety and health planning in construction.
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