Steve Prentice

Steve Prentice is a project manager and a specialist in productivity and technology in the workplace. Much of his work focuses on techniques for creating and maintaining safe and healthy working environments. He believes new educational technologies will go a long way in establishing policies and practice that support safe and balanced work, while blockchain tech will assist greatly in the process, and he assists companies in adopting these as new best practices. He is a published author of three self-help books, and is in high demand as a guest speaker and media commentator. His academic background is in organizational psychology and project management.

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Articles by Steve Prentice


Employers need to take proactive steps to protect warehouse workers Employers need to take proactive steps to protect warehouse workers Employers need to take proactive steps to protect warehouse workers Employers need to take proactive steps to protect warehouse workers


Although warehouse work seems simple, it comes with a lot of hazards. Find out what you can do to give warehouse workers a safer work...

What HAZMAT levels mean What HAZMAT levels mean What HAZMAT levels mean What HAZMAT levels mean


HAZMAT levels allow workers to remain safe when working with hazardous materials - but only if they know what they mean.

How to Create a Safe Work Zone Using Maintenance of Traffic How to Create a Safe Work Zone Using Maintenance of Traffic How to Create a Safe Work Zone Using Maintenance of Traffic How to Create a Safe Work Zone Using Maintenance of Traffic


Keeping road crews safe while keeping a healthy flow of traffic is a difficult balance. Learn the right way to approach maintenance of...

Q&A by Steve Prentice


Who has the authorization to unlock machinery that's been locked out? Who has the authorization to unlock machinery that's been locked out? Who has the authorization to unlock machinery that's been locked out? Who has the authorization to unlock machinery that's been locked out?


There’s a very straightforward answer to this question: the person who locks a machine is the only one who should unlock it. But...