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Safety Tips: Who Is Responsible For Safety In The Workplace?

Safety Tips: Who Is Responsible For Safety In The Workplace?

Change the way that your workers see the consequences of not working safely!

There is a common misconception that the safety person is going to keep people safe at the workplace. Not so! Managers and direct supervisors are ultimately responsible for their workers’ safety. 

How do we move supervisors and their workers away from this flawed thinking? 

3 Strategies To Pass Your Next Safety Audit

3 Strategies To Pass Your Next Safety Audit

Is the date for your Safety Audit looming on your calendar? Are you wondering “How will I ever get everything ready in time? There is just so much for the safety team to stay on top of on a daily basis. How can I be sure that things aren’t missed?”

Get The Superstars Of Tomorrow Using New Employees Training!

Get The Superstars Of Tomorrow Using New Employees Training!

Does your company struggle when skilled members of the team leave or retire? What can you do to help pass on this information? The answer is to develop your young & new employees training program so that they are set up for success when they join your team.

Learning from Incidents: Capture the Scene for Workplace Investigations

Learning from Incidents: Capture the Scene for Workplace Investigations

Workplace incidents are traumatic and stressful events. The workers involved often are panicked, scared, and don't know what to do.

Safety Moment, Why Safety Professionals Need To Start Celebrating Wins!

Safety Moment, Why Safety Professionals Need To Start Celebrating Wins!

Safety programs require Safety Professionals to investigate incidents, review findings with their teams, and discuss how and what they need to improve to stop the events from happening again. You are also required to audit other people's work, and determine what has been done well and what needs to be corrected. All while ensuring compliance with OSHA and OH&S requirements.  Do you spend most of your time discussing what has gone wrong?

Incident vs Accidents: Difference & Why You Should Investigate!

Incident vs Accidents: Difference & Why You Should Investigate!

Everyone comes to their workplace with the expectation, and often a clear plan, for an incident/accident-free day. And many times the day goes just as planned. 

What is a Certificate of Recognition? How can COR help my company?

What is a Certificate of Recognition? How can COR help my company?

Looking to get COR certified? We dive into what a Certificate of Recognition is. Why companies across Canada are moving their health and safety program to a COR Certified and where to start when you want to become certified.

5 Elements of the Perfect Safety Meeting Roadmap!
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