We probably all do weekly or monthly safety meetings to discuss big-ticket items, lessons learned and ways to improve as a whole. But, what about smaller, day-by-day things that may pop up that can impact safety - like the weather or traffic? This is where a "safety moment" comes in.
Glooscap First Nation Continuing to Demonstrate Leadership in Safety Culture
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Corporate culture change is very challenging and difficult, but Stacey Maguire, Glooscap Occupational Health and Safety Officer, with the support of the Glooscap First Nation Chief and Council, managers and staff, have undertaken this challenge with great enthusiasm and commitment.
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.