We are currently celebrating the 20th anniversary of the North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week. This initiative represents one of the great alliances for the improvement of health and safety in the workplace.
“We can’t contract this company – they have too many near miss reports!” Have you ever heard this? If you hear it again, make sure you interject. While it may be counter-intuitive, organizations that have thorough near miss reporting are the ones you want to do business with.
SayleGroup Presenting at the Safety Services Nova Scotia Workplace Health & Safety Conference
Monday, April 10, 2017
SayleGroup CEO, Stephen Sayle, will be presenting on Tuesday, April 11th, 2017 at the Workplace Health and Safety Conference. The topic of his discussion will be "Stop Searching for a Safety Culture, You Already Have One".
Tracking Key Performance Indicators or KPI is a regulatory requirement and an asset in continuously improving your safety performance. But are you tracking the right things to add the most value to the improvement process?
There are many facets that go into successfully transitioning into a cultural shift. However, there is one method, among the rest, that may be your greatest ally in achieving the cultural change you envision – sharing positive results.
When this time of year comes around, it’s always a good idea to create a simple checklist, like the one below, to ensure you are well prepared for a winter storm, and all your necessary equipment won’t let you down when you need it most.