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What would you prefer: The carrot or the stick? Punishment works and is frequently used in less mature safety programs as a reaction to some incident that hurt someone.
Last week we received this new release: “A UC Davis researcher has estimated the national annual price tag of occupational injuries and illnesses at $250 billion, much higher than generally assumed.
On the January 23rd cover of Time magazine, Warren Buffett reminds me a bit of a wizened and wise safety and health pro.
I received this email this morning in response to my query: What are the hot EHS topics for 2012: “The economy continues to take its toll on employees as we strive to do more with less."
The notion of sustainability and global warming, or the PC term climate change, rests on the definitions established by those who have a strong self-interest in how they are defined.
Mowing the lawn can be a real chore. It is certainly not something I look forward to. It's also a chore that can be quite hazardous. According to…SAFETY DATA.
Dave Johnson's January issue editorial on "Me and my footprint;" taking personal responsibility for sustainable behaviors and lifestyle, inspired this log of sustainable actions taken by ISHN editorial advisor Keith Tait:
On ISHNs' Sharing Safety Solutions chat room we posed this question: Does the EHS profession have a public relations problem?
Another response to Dave Johnson's January issue editorial on taking personal responsibility for sustainability.
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