10 Safest Companies In America and the ‘Extraordinary’ Ways They Did It

10 Safest Companies In America and the ‘Extraordinary’ Ways They Did It EHS Today recently announced their “2016 America’s Safest Companies Awards” (HERE) There are no clear criteria on the results page as to how this is judged but the application form (download here) makes for interesting reading – the first few pages are devoted …

Jerry won the safety award (but he didn’t do anything!)

Jerry won the safety award (but he didn’t do anything!) I was at a family gathering recently and got talking to Jerry who I hadn’t spoken with for a while. We chatted about our work and he asked whether I was still in ‘safety’. I said no, that’s not what I do anymore: (I’m Not …

New Safety Award to Honour George Robotham

New Safety Award to Honour the late George Robotham Regular readers of this blog would know what a prolific writer and excellent communicator the late George Robotham was. We were flooded by hundreds of condolence messages from people he has helped, both personally and via his writing, during his career. George will be remembered as …

Award Winning Safety Innovation

Australian Bulk Handling Awards 2013 Nomination for category – Best Practice in WH&S WAMskirt “Conveyor Skirting and Sealing System”, Australian Patent No. 2006312988 The WAMskirt “Conveyor Skirting and Sealing System” is designed so the liners inside the skirt wall are fully maintainable from outside the transfer station. The external maintainability of the WAMskirt system, eliminates …

Effective Safety Incentive Programs

Safety Incentive Programs – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly A little collection of the best web articles to help you decide which safety incentives work the best - or at least help you avoid having to do any real work for a while   Battery Cables  (one of my favourites) Busy managers don’t …