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Improving Safety Efforts – Learning to See With Purpose

Most functioning organizations know that to operate efficiently and effectively, workers must have proper training and a full understanding of roles and responsibilities. To ensure this, we train workers on routine tasks, operating procedures and on established safety protocols. With so much effort made to ensure workers are properly trained, how is it that we […]

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Reframing How We Analyze Incident Investigations With Visual Literacy

What level of confidence do you have that your incident analysis tells you what REALLY happened? Are you certain you are getting the whole story? Are events being recreated accurately?  And is your event analysis reflecting the inputs, and the eyes, of all those who have insight? Safety professionals struggle with these questions because the […]

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New Webinar Recording

We have made available the recording of our March 21st, 2019 webinar “A New Approach to Engage Employees and Mitigate Risks,” presented by Doug Pontsler. Learning Objectives • Understanding how the language we use to describe potential hazards can often times create misrepresentations leaving the real issues unexposed • Looking at a structured approach that […]

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When Conditions Change, So Can Hazards – Tools To Help You Identify Hazards In Any Condition

Workplace conditions change all the time, which is why it’s important to teach employees skill to be able to identify when new hazards arise due to changed conditions. This post introduces some of those conditions and tools for how employees can slow down and spot the new hazards.

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Tools to Help You Stay Focused and Avoid Operating on Auto-Pilot

Have you ever been on auto-pilot?  Was it on purpose or did you unconsciously drift to auto-pilot when performing a common task? I think at one time or another we have all found ourselves mindlessly repeating the same activity that we have done many times before without thinking about it.  It might be our drive […]

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