Target zero is everyone’s target

Target zero is everyone’s target

When we think of safety and protecting workers, we tend to focus on the people wearing PPE. This is a natural reaction since we assume they are wearing personal protective equipment to protect themselves from something personally.

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Tragic Decisions

Tragic Decisions

I recently had the opportunity to attend a short training session on hoist and crane safety. Rigging and lifting is not my area of expertise, but like most industrial workers I have had some introductory training—just enough to ensure that I know to stay out of the cone of exposure and to recognize unsafe conditions. This training was a good refresher and taught me a few things to look for when observing a lifting evolution.

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Three Questions to Ask (and, Not Ask) Your Workers

Three Questions to Ask (and, Not Ask) Your Workers

The way you ask a question makes a big difference in the response you get. When it comes to Human Performance and safety, you want to ensure you are asking questions in a way that provokes thought and engagement; not just a “yeah, sure” response.

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