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How Safe is Your Work Environment?

When you run a business, you have myriad of responsibilities awaiting you each and every day.

With that in mind, one of your greatest tasks at hand is making sure your employees have a safe workplace environment with which to do their jobs in. 631 more words

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Celebrate awards season with Safety & Hygiene’s 1947 “Oscar” Winner!

By Amelia Klein, BWC Librarian

While you may be heading to theaters for a last chance to see this year’s Oscar hopefuls, the BWC Library decided to go back in time to celebrate the Division of Safety & Hygiene’s (DSH’s) very own award-winning film, “Men Who Come Back.” 402 more words

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How To Evaluate Training

By Phil La Duke

Last week I stated (for the umpteenth time) that a worker’s core competency may be the best predictor of safety.  I went on to rant about how in many cases training is slapped together and shoddily delivered in an effort to check the almighty box. 1,317 more words

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Jack Benton reblogged this on EHS Safety News America and commented:

Another excellent article by a great safety professional, Phil La Duke.

Companies Behaving Badly-The Art of the Pop-In

 

The art of the Pop In –

One of the most valuable things I learned as an employee through years of observation is that boys will be boys at any age, so when I joined the ranks of management I made sure to implement another concept I learned, the Pop-In.   1,736 more words

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Worker injured in fall at west Windsor machine shop

Ontario’s Ministry of Labour is investigating after a worker was seriously injured in a fall at a machine shop in Windsor’s west end.

The incident happened around 7:20 p.m. 90 more words

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"PeopleWork: "When Safety Is The Safety Guy's Job" @KevinBurnsBGi

On this episode, a little relief for safety folks who have to put up with unproductive opinions that safety is the exclusive responsibility of the safety person. 161 more words
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Video - "Safety Leadership Explained By Former Alcoa CEO Paul O'Neill"

In 1987, Paul O’Neill Gave his first speech as to shareholders as CEO of Alcoa. What did he talk about? …….He talked about “Safety”

“Every year, numerous Alcoa workers are injured so badly that they miss a day of work,” O’Neill continued.  168 more words

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