I just read and enjoyed this article on LinkedIn Pulse. I think the message may resonate for some Safety People: (Ie One simple message for safety people who feel ostracised by a workforce or management who don't appreciate them, instead of dissing them as idiots or whinging about lack of commitment … [Read more...] about I am a Cop, and I am Sorry
Knowledge and Curriculum for Risk and Safety People Every time I am engaged by an organisation I conduct a survey (gap analysis and MiProfile), asking executives, safety people and managers to nominate the knowledge and skills they would like to develop. I have conducted this survey with more than … [Read more...] about Knowledge and Curriculum for Risk and Safety People
Your Safety Communication Sucks Marie-Claire Ross from Digicast was telling me today that she was lampooned by the “crazy Brigade” on a LinkedIn Forum (surprise, surprise – LOL!) for a recent article she wrote: You know you suck at Safety Communication when... She recently wrote in her … [Read more...] about Your Safety Communication Sucks
Safety People continually harp on about the lack of management commitment and support being the major impediment to them being successful for their role but ask them exactly what they mean by that will usually elicit a blank stare. Often the frustration from not getting the support from management … [Read more...] about Management Support Is Essential for Safety – But What Is It?
GUIDE TO INCIDENT REDUCTION & ANALYSIS FOR NEW SAFETY PRACTITIONERS By Peter Ribbe Peters last Safety Ebooks were a big hit and encouraged him to share this one. Download Peter’s Other FREE EBOOKS HERE DOWNLOAD HERE: [download id="210"] Introduction: The information contained within … [Read more...] about Free Ebook for New Safety People
is it do as I say or say as I do? Do Safety People switch off when they get home? A simple but interesting and new discussion and reality check on the Work Health Safety Leadership Forum on LinkedIn You might also enjoy: Safety “Professionals” Behaving Badly Just a question: Do we practice … [Read more...] about is it do as I say or say as I do?
Safety People - What do you do? I have just enjoyed reading the latest post on the Safety Differently Blog (extract below) and I am sure that I am not alone in feeling a little squirmy when people say: “so what do you do” – I think it would be easier if I were a Mechanic or a Lawyer (maybe not), … [Read more...] about Safety People – What do you do?
Customer Service Tips for Safety People OHS professionals have many customers-Their boss, managers, supervisors, workers, unions, employer associations, regulators, contractors, visitors and fellow professionals. You must adjust your mind-set to these people being customers and seek to satisfy … [Read more...] about Customer Service Tips for Safety People
As per usual, I started quite a storm with my last post (Time for Safety People to Put Up or Shut Up) and have been hit with a stead barrage of safety professionals that react to my work like felt up prom dates. I am trying to make the point that all is not rosy in safety and the recent workplace … [Read more...] about The Biggest Threat To Worker Safety Might Be You and I
The 10 Commandments For The OHS Person Guest Post by George Robotham – and I managed to refrain from calling him the “God of Safety”. That title actually belongs to “SOTER” who was the God of safety, preservation and deliverance from harm. His female equivalent was the Goddess “SOTERIA”. … [Read more...] about The 10 Commandments For The OHS Person