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I have been involved with workplace health and safety for over 20 years, and during this time I have advised many people on the reasons why workplace safety is so important. I have had some great successes in doing this, but I have also met a lot of resistance to the idea of change. During […]
Greetings, readers – I was asked to write a blog for your enjoyment – “Pressure to get work done.” Now when I saw the topic in my inbox, I’m not going to lie; I heard a bass line in the background – cue Queen and Bowie! Is it stuck in your head now? You’re welcome. […]
As I approach my 5th anniversary at Industrial Safety Trainers, I am starting to reflect on how my career has been going. You know there is a reason why recruiters always ask where you see yourself in 5 years – it’s about career goals. So, time for some personal reflection. As a Certified Human Resources […]
By Sarah Laybolt What is “Safety Culture,” Plus Why is it Important? Culture is a word that we probably all have heard and at least have an idea what it means but do we understand how it applies to the workplace and, in particular, to health and safety in the workplace? We refer to this […]
You may look at the title of this blog and think to yourself “of course they are” and you’re right but if they are preventable then why do they continue to happen? During the evolution of my career, I have spent many years operating lift trucks. I have seen many things done right, many things […]
As many of us in the safety business has experienced, the world of occupational health and safety can seem complex and overwhelming. There seems to be no apparent end, but instead, a continuous need to assess, implement, inform, and repeat. While the overview of a project that needs to be completed can seem exhausting, it […]
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