For a long time, I've been hearing this standard described as a true and much-needed game changer for workplace safety and health.
At work, management creates an environment that either motivates or demotivates people.
The most persuasive stage is the closing—it's the last thing people remember.
Winning the 2017 Folio Ozzie award for the best B-to-B digital issue in October was a big surprise and a delight for me, our staff, and our company.
Wind turbines are getting larger and larger. Some turbines' nacelles can be about 160 meters—about 525 feet—above the ground, and the blades can be about 75 meters long.
What you think helps actually can make things worse. For example, increasing coefficient of friction can increase trips when footing "sticks" on a surface.
Want to continue developing stronger leadership skills? Mindfully monitor how small changes can create huge impacts.
London Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton hopes the Grenfell Tower fire Inquiry will bring about a mandate for fire sprinklers in residential high-rise buildings and schools.
To shape, control, and influence performance in any organization, clarity should exist around what employees are required to do and what is most desirable.
Which box would your employees check for each statement: Excellent? Good? Needs Improvement?
"Whilst hearing protection provides a suitable short term solution to the 118 decibel chiming and striking of the bells, it is not acceptable for those working for long periods in the vicinity of Big Ben."
Here's the main key: To rocket results, Safety has to be compelling, not just compulsory.
How many of us have adopted a strategy because it was easy, even though it was ineffective?
NIST researchers are laying the technical groundwork for manufacturers to develop accurate devices.
Are the things you are doing adding value? Are levels of compliance increasing? Are beliefs and behaviors changing?
How fitting that one of the best-known symbols of the modern U.S. safety industry is adding stainless steel suicide prevention nets.
The Laws of Motion are an actual physical set of laws describing the workings of universal forces. Leaders can thoughtfully and strategically apply these to successfully navigate through the challenges of Safety leadership.
Individuals at any level should be able to see themselves as actors in the strategy.
There will always be new opportunities for greater efficiency and new results. If you are indeed doing the right things, how could you be better at it?
Even very small changes in seven postural elements can show a strong effect on balance, strength—as well as on internal states.