5 Signs Your Workforce is Suffering From Fatigue
Do you monitor for fatigue and burnout in your workforce?
How to Develop Equipment Inspections in 5 Easy Steps
Do you ever struggle to build equipment inspections?
Why Safety Professionals Need to Start Celebrating Wins!
Do you spend most of your time discussing what has gone wrong?
Can there be too much Safety Presence on a Worksite?
The other day we saw this question asked by a Safety Professional. Can there be too much safety presence on a worksite? We wondered how does this presence work for or against companies' goals to build Safety Culture and in turn, have a low-maintenance Safety Program?
3 Strategies to pass your next Safety Audit
We all get a little stressed when our work is going to be inspected. But, when you are responsible for something as important as ensuring that the Safety Program will pass your governing body’s audit, it can take your stress levels into overdrive.
3 P's to Sell Safety to Management for Safety Professionals
Have you ever gone to your companies leaders with an amazing idea for a new Safety Initiative and been shot down? Safety Professionals are sometimes faced with the challenging job of explaining why the company needs to invest money in specific Safety Program initiatives. Going for COR or switching to safety software can have such clear net positives for a company but leaders are still resisting - here is how we think you can change this with some simple sales methods.
Continuous Learning mindsets to stand out as a Safety Professional
Being good at your job is very challenging. Safety professionals are asked to help make safety-critical decisions and are relied upon to help protect the team on a daily basis. The question is how can you become the amazing Safety Professional who can rise to the challenge?
How to treat Safety like a Service?
Most companies see Safety as a cost or expense, the Safety Professional’s job is just to make sure they are in compliance. To change this, we need to show that Safety can add value to our company. The Safety program should be focused on serving our company and helping it reach its goals.