Successful safety managers help build support, keep employees engaged, and provide valuable information. They act as a bridge between employees and management, providing oversight and expertise.
The best safety managers live and breathe health and safety, and their passion shows through in their interactions with employees. Buy-in from workers and management are necessary for a successful safety program, along with open … about Top Habits of Successful Safety Managers
Every year, more than 2.5 million workers take a break from their job to participate in toolbox talks on fall prevention, performing safety equipment inspections, developing rescue plans, discussing job-specific hazards, and creating awareness of … about 4 OSHA Tips for a Successful Safety Stand-Down
One of the most common job safety analysis misconceptions is that JSA procedures, and safety in general, are a separate part of the job. In actuality, job safety analysis exists to integrate safety into every … about What’s a JSA and Why You Need it on Your Jobsite
While Townsville now begins the vast task of flood recovery, many construction projects around Australia are constantly facing a degree of flood risk from either storm-related flash flooding or widescale riverine flooding. Founding principal of Molino … about Is Your Project Site Prepared for Flooding?
While the kind of extreme heat Australia experienced through January is a risk to construction projects and the industry workforce, those challenges can often be managed with some foresight. Christine Killip, Managing Director of Katestone … about Technology Helps Keep Workers Safe from Heat Stress
Menzies School of Health Research has teamed up with Charles Darwin University to measure and assess the impacts of heat stress of mine workers at the McArthur River Mine (MRM).
Until recently OSHA visits have come mostly in the form of on-the-ground safety inspections, but late last year the agency began conducting jobsite inspections using camera-equipped aerial drones, raising some privacy concerns in the industry.
To tackle this issue, the National Hispanic Entrepreneurs’ Organization (NHEO) Institute set out to bridge the line of communication between companies and their non-English-speaking workers through its Building a Safe Future Campaign.
Everymind is a leading organisation dedicated to mental health and suicide prevention. They have been delivering successful prevention programs for more than 25 years. The Institute has recently received a much needed $3.1 million grant.