At some point, how we do safety better is answered by removing effort that is no longer value-added, even though at one point in time, it might have been.
U.S. mining deaths fell from an average of 96 to 45 per year during the first half of this decade, MSHA chief Joe Main said.
The takeaway is this is a combo skillset that is neither haphazard nor hereditary; attention control can definitely be improved with the right practices.
Zero injuries is the byproduct of the value of safety excellence; it should never be the primary goal.
"By taking the proper safety precautions this winter, job providers can avoid nasty slips and falls that will cost them in the future," Michigan Workers' Compensation Agency Director Kevin Elsenheimer said.
Experience has shown that real and lasting inspiration can set the stage for actual ongoing action and sustaining results.
"The findings raise the alarm that not only is skin cancer a growing problem in the United States, but the costs for treating it are skyrocketing relative to other cancers," said the lead author of the report, Gery Guy, Ph.D., of CDC's Division of Cancer Prevention and Control.
Where are nagging sore spots or ongoing areas of dissatisfaction? Wounds that just don’t seem to heal?
Sometimes to make progress, the right question isn't "What do we need to do?" The question is often "What do we need to stop doing?" or "What are we doing that is sending the wrong message?"
Rather than starting with incentives, seek out and neutralize what might demotivate someone in the first place.
Compliance and High Performance are different targets. Leaders can’t have it both ways.
"There's gotta be a better way. If we go chemical by chemical, it'll take us centuries," Assistant Secretary Michaels said.
Strategy is primarily about choices. It's never too late to align the most important business objectives.
When allowed to grow tepid, neither coffee nor leadership has the same draw.
"This is a social crisis, a humanitarian crisis, an economic crisis, and a threat to national security well beyond the outbreak zones," WHO Director-General Dr. Margaret Chan told the Security Council.
Especially where there are expectations of some democratic process, people will react when they see leaders treating themselves differently.
Program Manager Laura W. Bell described the scenarios as "bite-sized training" tailored for what chiefs say they need now.
Organizations serious about safety excellence focus on long-term value for both employees and contractors and place quality of life over cost reduction.
Sherlock's tales consistently show there's typically more going on than what's on the surface.
It recommends communicating landslide risks clearly and consistently to the public, implementing monitoring and warning systems, and making seismological recordings of landslides–especially large ones.