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When people hear that I work in safety they invariably ask if what I do is mostly common sense.
Almost a half century (47 years) after publication of the book Unsafe at Any Speed, which uncovered auto companies unwillingness to spend money on safety features — Ralph Nader has a new organization in his sights as he pursues safety issues — the AFL-CIO.
Certain consultants and attorneys make a practice of sending the word out that the sky is falling and here comes another onerous OSHA standard.
Other than Dr. John Howard, NIOSH director, and NIOSH itself, we hear little in the U.S. about job stress and job-related depression from government agencies.
In order to achieve continuous improvement in safety, professionals must seek ways to build their cultures with a sense of community.
There is a renewed interest in management systems on metrics. This interest seems to be driven by two organizational concerns – transparency and risk.
I am up to much of nothing career wise. To be candid, I retired several years ago because I could not find a job.
Today’s good news is that U.S. companies added 243,000 in the past month dropping the unemployment rate to 8.3%.
That was the question a planning meeting facilitator asked about 15 of us earlier this week. The meeting topic was the future of worker safety.
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