Take 5 for Safety: Five Minute Daily Safety Meetings

Take 5 for Safety: Five Minute Daily Safety Meetings There are a few ways to Take 5 for safety: You could take five minutes to do a safety drill or take five minutes to surprise an employee with a safety pop quiz. You may also wish to take five minutes out of every monthly meeting …

Construction workers safer when they ditch the manual: study

Construction workers safer when they ditch the manual: study We all know (or suspect) that safety manuals really aren’t designed for ease of worker use and effectiveness but rather to comply with legislation, to pass audits and win tenders – the very cynical may use terms like “Cover Your Arse”. They are written by “experts” …

Developing Your Construction Safety Plan

The Advantages Of Seeking Expert Help When Developing Your Construction Safety Plan Risks are a natural part of business building, and organisations should be equipped with the right principles and work policies that will help them identify the risks in their business and determine the right methods of addressing them. Companies that make it a …

Task Based vs Activity Based Safe Work Method Statements

Task Based vs Activity Based Safe Work Method Statements. Guest Post by Craig Clancy from www.safetyinindustry.com.au What is a Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS)? Every construction worker by now must have either heard, read or participated in the development of a Safe Work Method Statement. But what is a SWMS all about? Under the Model …

Safety And Tender Submissions

Safety And Tender Submissions Guest Post by Craig Clancy from Safety In Industry So, you’ve managed to receive a set of documents called an RFT – Request For Tender, or a Tender Proposal, Tender Submission, or EOI – Expression Of Interest or another acronym that the industry tries to confuse you with that requires you …