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Applying Principles Used in Art Education to Help Prevent Incidents

When I began working on our Visual Literacy program at theToledo Museum of Art I was excited to leverage my experiences as an art museum educator. The majority of my time is spent in museum galleries trying to connect audiences with works of art that span history and the globe. It is an equally fun […]

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A New Approach To Help Spot Missed Hazards

If the hazard had been seen, he wouldn’t have gotten hurt… A few years ago, I was working with a large global manufacturer. They had experienced a rash of incidents that had resulted in their injury rate jumping to a level they hadn’t seen in a decade. Executives were all over it – therefore, so […]

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NSC Congress & Expo Attendees Learn a New Safety Concept at “The Experience in Seeing Safety”

Safety professionals at the 2018 NSC Congress & Expo in Houston gathered inside COVE’s booth to learn about the latest tools to improve their existing environmental, safety and health programs. The Experience took attendees through a unique observation and communication exercise that demonstrated the fundamental skills to properly diagnose: Risk assessment Job safety analyses Incident […]

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Seeing Safety: Discover a Proven Methodology to Address the Seeing Gap

Are you aware of the role seeing plays in safety performance? Our work in recent years has shown us that a failure to see effectively plays a significant role in several critical safety activities. Seeing fully, and properly diagnosing the picture in front of you, is central to safety performance. We have identified seeing problems […]

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COVE Featured in Industrial Safety and Hygiene Article

In 2015 Owens Corning partnered with Toledo Museum of Art (the home of COVE) and used Visual Literacy training to work on enhancing Hazard Recognition. The project was a huge success with over 900 employees being trained and the effectiveness of their Hazard Recognition and Control program greatly enhanced.

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