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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 –

As Legalization Spreads, So Too Must Education
Monday, February 11, 2019

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

Stop Duplicating Efforts With Hazard Assessments
Thursday, February 7, 2019

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

A Picture Tells A Thousand Words
Tuesday, February 5, 2019

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

Mental Health and Safety
Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Over the last several years, the conversation around Mental Health has grown stronger and stronger as more people join and lend their voice and experience.  It seems, as each year goes by, more light gets shed on this topic that impacts all of us – which is extremely encouraging to see.

Take Your Safety Out of the Silo
Tuesday, January 29, 2019

There will come a time in the not too distant future where it will be frowned upon (or even seen as negligent) to conduct your safety hazard assessments in paper format.  In a world that has been moving away from paper-dependent processes for quite some time, there are just too many risks resulti

Safety Culture You Can Connect With
Friday, January 25, 2019

Most successful organizations accept Safety Culture as an important facet of the way they do business.  But try as they may, the feeling of being truly connected to their Safety Culture alludes them.  No matter what they do, they just can’t seem to insert themselves into a tangible process relate

The Risks of Playing the "Wait and See" Game
Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Prior to the legalization of cannabis, through the present day, some organizations have made the decision to passively gauge the impact of this social change.  Instead of taking a proactive approach, they have opted to watch and wait.

Training is How You Portray Your Core Values
Tuesday, January 15, 2019

It’s said that the first five years of our lives are the most formative.  Obviously, there’s quite a bit of learning throughout your life, but those first five may impact how you choose to interpret everything thereafter.

Optimize Your Safety Risk Assessments
Thursday, January 10, 2019

“We’ve always done our assessments in paper and got along fine – why would we change?”

The Benefits of Digitizing Safety Risk Assessments
Monday, January 7, 2019

The pen is mightier than the sword – unless you’re using the pen to write on paper in the digital-age. 

The Pitfalls of Paper: A Slippery Slope
Tuesday, December 18, 2018

JSA, FLHA, LMRA, TRA - the list goes on. At one point or another, we've all likely heard or seen these acronyms that all have a common derivative: hazard assessment. 

If Only Clark Griswold Had Have Used the SayleSafety App
Friday, December 14, 2018

The amount of uncontrolled hazards Clark Griswold chalks up in his endeavouring to have the most festive house on the block is impressive – but only because it’s fiction.  If the scenarios he put himself in were to happen in real life, the outcome would most certainly not be laughable.  Griswold

Safety in Your Hands, Not a Clipboard
Wednesday, December 12, 2018

There’s something very unwelcoming about a person holding a clipboard. Maybe it’s because we subconsciously associate that image with someone conducting an audit or passing some sort of judgement on our performance.

Top Five Reasons for Digitizing Your Safety
Thursday, December 6, 2018

We live in a digital age.

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