It’s just so easy for us to fall into routine – it’s human nature. Sometimes routine can be great. For example, if you have a daily exercise regimen, that’s healthier than not having one at all. However, many of the routines we fall into do not do us good. Moreover, they harm us.
If You’re Afraid that Technology Will Replace You, Maybe it Will
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Every single day, there is a new widget or whatchamacallit released to market that intends to improve and optimize a specific process or task. As we harness the potential of technology, we look for ways to use those evolutions to our advantage – both inside and outside the workplace. It’s only
If You Plan to Go Digital, There’s Really Only Two Purpose-Built Options
Thursday, March 21, 2019
There are many apps currently on the market that intend to provide clients with a digital solution for replacing their paper processes. However, the vast majority try to do too much – making them a jack of all trades, but a master of none. If you’re looking for a one-stop shopping enterprise-en
Whatever kind of inspections you do, there’s no longer a need to do them in paper. Not only is paper a pain because it produces something physical that must be managed, it also doesn’t allow workers to tap into any of the technological advancements in mobile devices we’ve made over the last two
There are many factors that will decide a person’s level of safety in the field. The beliefs they hold, the attitudes they portray and the practices they employ. Despite all those important constructs, there are also intangibles.
Field Level Hazard Assessments are Awesome! Here's Why...
Thursday, March 7, 2019
To establish, maintain and continue to grow a strong and sustainable Safety Culture, there are many initiatives, both big and small, that are integral in striving toward a workplace capable of protecting the physical well-being and mental health of its members. Creating a proactive environment w
Not Sure if That Hazard Assessment was Completed? Stop Wondering…
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
As a Site Safety Supervisor, you can’t physically be at every worksite under your authority at once. However, it is important to stay on top of the latest developments and changes each site is dealing with. That’s one of the great purposes field level hazard assessments provide – their ability
You Can’t be in Several Places at Once… or Can You?
Thursday, February 28, 2019
There are many reasons we decided to develop a digital hazard assessment app. If you read our previous blogs and continue to follow our posts, you will surely become familiar with them and why going digital is integral to a strong Safety Culture and continued and growing success. However, of th
Cannabis & Workplace Safety Course Now Available in French
Monday, February 25, 2019
As the legalization of cannabis was a country-wide mandate, we felt beholden to provide our renowned course in both official languages. Having translated our educational content to accommodate French-speaking Canadians, we now feel confident in saying that our course is the premiere resource on
What Should You be Looking for When Digitizing Safety?
Thursday, February 14, 2019
It’s not a matter of if, but when you will go digital with your safety. So, when you do make that decision, what is the solution you should be looking for? There are a variety of options. Of that there is no doubt. The key question you should be asking yourself when making your selection is –
It doesn’t really matter what the topic at hand is – it’s a very difficult proposition to defend the belief that education and provision of information isn’t the right thing to do. People are empowered through knowledge and are, therefore, better equipped to interpret certain scenarios associate
Everything is done digitally now. So, it’s no surprise that when you are still making use of a paper-based process, somewhere along the line, it needs to be digitally converted so the information can be tracked, managed and assessed. As it stands for many organizations right now, that means som
Industry is currently working at a huge and unnecessary disadvantage when reviewing their safety hazard assessments – there’s little or no visual information. All they have to rely on when attempting to paint a picture of the work environment in their minds are the brief jot notes and hurried ch