Management of Change This photo was just sent in by a reader with the caption “it does make you ponder Management of Change and the thought process (if any) before the task started”. I have no … [Read more...] about Management of Change
7 Reasons why Your Safety Communication gets Ignored Guest Post by Marie-Claire Ross Your workforce will give you less than one minute to convince them to work safely. Do you know what to say, or … [Read more...] about 7 Reasons why Your Safety Communication gets Ignored
Dumb Ways to Love and Die Happy Bloody Valentines Day! – Latest sequel from Metro Rail – They missed Xmas but what are they going to do at Easter? Was that a dumb way to die as well? From … [Read more...] about Dumb Ways to Love and Die
Safety Humour - Paradise by the Dashboard Light? Who says safety people aren’t funny bastards!!! Bit of a debate raging on a safety forum right now about whether accidents are truly preventable. Lots … [Read more...] about Safety Humour Paradise by the Dashboard Light?
Safety Communications – Not Always Safe Lean management and technological innovations have changed the way the workforce communicates. Employers that keep their employee safety risks at acceptable … [Read more...] about Safety Communications are Not Always Safe
Let people think for themselves It was very interesting and expected but just a little sad to see some of the responses to two of our recent posts: You Don’t Believe in Common Sense? and What is … [Read more...] about Let people think for themselves
Safety Interventions "The pro-active supervisor observes for signs of substandard behaviour, and corrects it before it has a chance to cause an incident by performing an intervention. Sometimes you … [Read more...] about Safety Interventions
Great paper about how a critical management activity can have a big impact on safety. Huge thanks to Kylee Grubb for sending this in Management Walk - Arounds: Lessons from the Gulf of Mexico … [Read more...] about Management Walk Arounds