American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) leaders recently cited lack of support by top management for safety programs as their top concern. But the solution may be, in part, a matter of learning a new language. At a recent meeting of ASSE chapter leaders, those attending were asked to cite the six most pressing issues […]
Category: Safety Culture and Behavioral Safety
The articles here will show you how to build safety culture, and maintain it when you do. We’ll talk motivation technique, incentives, employee contests, recognition programs, and other safety awareness methods.
This Friday, our Safety Training Tips Editor reminds us that next week is a special week for safety, with a chance to showcase what we’ve been doing … and should do all year.North American Occupational Safety and Health Week (NAOSH Week) runs from May 4-10 and is sponsored by the American Society of Safety Engineers […]
Winter can be the most dangerous time of year to drive. Courtesy of the Iowa DOT, here are some tips to keep safe until spring. Ah, winter! It’s a time of beautiful snowscapes, skating and sledding. Unfortunately, much of that skating and sledding is done by drivers on icy roads, to nasty effect. Taking note, […]
To train new employees in safety, your presentation should lay out their role in creating a safe workplace, as well as safety steps to take. An audio-enhanced BLR PowerPoint® program can help you do both. OK, safety professionals, here’s today’s pop quiz: How likely is it that new hires will be injured on the job, […]