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What’s the Problem with OSHA?

Posted on 13 March 2018

In many of my presentations at PDCs (Professional Development Conference) or other workplace safety conferences many times federal OSHA inspectors are in attendance. If I know they are present, I break out my bumper sticker that reads “I Love OSHA”. Of course this does usually get a chuckle when I bring an inspector to the […] continue reading

The Toxic Impact of Cyber Bullying – by Gary Sheely

Posted on 12 March 2018

Safety Blog Topic Introduction One of the Associates at the Safety Institute is Gary Sheely. While I work with the physical and leadership aspects of creating a safe workplace he works to improve the emotional aspects of workplace safety. It is amazing that many people who are considered adults (because they are 18 years of […] continue reading

Safety Leadership Makes the Difference

Posted on 6 March 2018

I am continually surprised how much leadership matters when it comes to creating a safe workplace, and I am not sure why I’m surprised after all this time. Recently while working with one of my clients who is struggling with attitudes of a few of his frontline leaders, “acting out” during planning meetings, I shared […] continue reading

Awesome Power of Electricity

Posted on 14 February 2018

In 1977 I went to work in the electrical utility industry not really understanding the risk that I faced each day.  At the time OSHA was saving a section of the regulation that today is known as CFR 1910.269.  Today I work with many utilities in the U.S., Canada, and in other parts of the […] continue reading

Safety Environment: Where Do You Fit in the Plan?

Posted on 6 February 2018

When it comes to accomplishing anything in life the people involved must realize that action is a requirement.  You can sit around in meetings and plan, discuss, and draw diagrams on the whiteboard until you are out of ideas, breath, and ink.  At some point you have to get up and move towards the goal […] continue reading

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