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Meet Dr. Thomas E. (TED) Boyce, THE Triple Threat in Safety and Leadership Consulting, Training, and Keynote Speaking: 1) Ph.D. in Psychology; 2) over 18 years of experience transforming work cultures as an on-site consultant, course leader, and...Learn more
Dr. Angelica Grindle, Senior Vice President, at Quality Safety Edge was interviewed by Carol Bufton, President of the Minnesota Safety Council. Topics include: What is Behavior Based Safety; The role of leadership; preparing your organization for a...Learn more
DemolitionTraining is the one-stop shop for all your demolition training needs.In this exclusive new video, the company's John Woodward (immediate past president of the Institute of Demolition Engineers - looks at the important subject of behavioral...Learn more
Everyone needs to think and act safely and leaders need to create a culture of personal accountability and work to solve problems with those affected through behavioural change. So what is Behavioural Safety? Louise Quinn, Managing Partner of Safety...Learn more
The only difference between an accident and a near miss is that there is some type of loss when there is an accident. While the difference between loss and no-loss is often just a fraction of an inch, or a fraction of a second, the fact is that the...Learn more
While frequent, short discussions between managers or supervisors and frontline employees is an important key to safety, it’s how these conversations are handled that will determine their effectiveness. In this Behavioral Minute, Cloyd Hyten...Learn more
Always be alert when using an ATM. At night, try to have someone with you. Report anything suspicious and leave immediately. Fill out deposit forms ahead of time. Have your card ready to use and put it away immediately after using it. Carefully...Learn more
When you are preparing to travel overseas, you should check with government agencies regarding how safe travel is to that country, along with security and health issues. Check if you need special documentation to travel. You should also check with...Learn more
There are four ways to protect workers from cave ins on an excavation site: sloping, benching, shoring and shielding. The method chosen will depend factors including, but not limited to, soil type, water content, excavation depth and width, the...Learn more
When planning excavations, provide appropriate safeguards. Doing so reduces the chance that something will go wrong. Before you start excavating, take time to clear surface debris near the excavation site that could potentially create a hazard. Keep...Learn more
Many potential hazards pose dangers to the eyes and face. It is an OSHA requirement that all employees have adequate access to protection if they are faced with eye and face hazards including flying particles, molten metals, liquid chemicals, acids,...Learn more
Direct reading instruments enable you to detect and measure worker exposure to gases, vapors, aerosols, and other fine particles that are suspended in the air. Some OSHA standards specifically require the use of such instruments. A large variety of...Learn more
Elevators transport the equivalent of the entire US population every day. When riding in an elevator you must follow some basic safety precautions in order to prevent injury. The floor level can change from the hall to the elevator, so watch your...Learn more
Lead is an extremely toxic substance that can be very damaging to the human body. For many years, lead was an ingredient in paint. Although it is no longer a paint ingredient, it is quite common to come across in buildings that are covered in lead...Learn more
Chemical container labels are critical for hazard reduction. All labels on chemical containers are required to include the following key information:the identity of the chemical, including exactly what it is and what different chemicals are in the...Learn more
Accidents are the result of an error that is within the control of one or more workers. A hazard is any behavior, practice or condition that can lead to injury or illness. It also relates to damage to property or the environment. Health hazards...Learn more
Jewelry can be a major hazard on the job. The most common pieces of jewelry involved in work related accidents are rings. Rings can easily get caught up in machinery parts. Another hazard on the job that relates to injury is electric shock. If you...Learn more
According to the National Safety Council, the most common human factors that lead to accidents are negligence, anger, hasty decisions, indifference, distractions, curiosity, inadequate instruction and poor work habits. You can minimize these factors...Learn more
Gasoline can be deadly, thus, following basic and common sense guidelines can prevent disaster. Do not smoke or use matches, or any other source of ignition when around gasoline. Be aware that gas vapors can travel quite a long distance away from a...Learn more
Foot protection is critical while on the job. If you are working in wet or slippery areas, be sure to wear shoes with rubber or wooden soles. Reinforced impact resistant work boots or shoes should be worn in order to protect your feet and toes from...Learn more
Dropping tools from a considerable height has emerged as a significant safety concern in recent years. If a one pound tool is dropped from 30 feet, it will take just 2 seconds to hit the floor. A screwdriver that is dropped from just 10 feet can...Learn more
Exposing the skin to hazardous chemicals is a serious problem on many worksites. Nearly all chemicals are easily absorbed by the skin. This adds to the dose absorbed by breathing, leading to all manner of adverse health effects. Even worse, in most...Learn more
On the site of any accident the first and most immediate action should be to secure the injured and take action to minimize the possible effects of the injuries. First aiders should be given all assistance possible handling the patient. In the case...Learn more
There should be a written procedure for investigating accidents, ideally, the supervisor of the section where it occurred would carry out an immediate examination. If the seriousness of the accident warrants it, a further examination by a qualified...Learn more
Your fingers and hands can become very stiff with repeated actions over many hours at work. This can lead to repetitive strain injuries and wrist problems. You can protect your fingers and hands from injury by regularly performing some simple...Learn more
The following list can be used as a check for those matters that should be considered when undertaking an accident investigation. It is not exhaustive, but covers the range of essential items likely to need consideration. Objectives – Discover the...Learn more
Independent safety audits can be used to identify risks. The term independent here refers to those who are not employees of the organization being audited, but who, from time to time, undertake either general or special workplace audits or...Learn more
If the job site has a sign stating to wear your hard hat, ensure that you comply with the rules. Hard hats are used to protect you from small falling objects. The rounded outer shell of the hard hat is designed to protect the crown of your head....Learn more
Most of us take our hearing for granted. But when something goes wrong with our hearing, we cannot expect medical science to fix it. Hearing problems are more likely in certain types of jobs, including farmers, construction workers, and factory...Learn more
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