About safetyresultsblog

Welcome to safetyresultsblog. Owned and hosted by Alan D. Quilley CRSP.

http://www.safetyresults.ca/

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Alan D. Quilley CRSP
President
Safety Results Ltd.
aquilley@safetyresults.ca
http://www.safetyresults.ca

“Safety doesn’t just happen…
It comes as a result of intelligent planning, thoughtful activity, skilful execution, constant measurement and continual adjustment.”

Alan D. Quilley is the author of :

 – The Emperor Has No Hard Hat – Achieving REAL Workplace Safety Results
WINNER, Honourable Mention
Globe and Mail’s Best Business Books of 2006

– Creating & Maintaining a Practical Based Safety Culture©
– MORE Creating & Maintaining a Practical Based Safety Culture©
– How to Hold GREAT Safety Meetings – These meetings don’t suck anymore!©

Alan is the president of Safety Results Ltd., a Sherwood Park, Alberta, OHS consulting company. You can reach him at aquilley@ safetyresults.ca or through his Safety Blog – https://safetyresults.wordpress.com.

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5 comments on “About safetyresultsblog

  1. Robert Romanuk says:

    Mr Quilley,
    Bravo on your article in Canadian Occupational Safety, “The Problem with Zero.” When Zero Accidents became the stated objective of the provincial agency in Ontario, many of us were incredulous. Your 5 Points shine the way to developing a culture where education and application of safe practices in managed risk will lead to optimal results.

    Regards,
    Bob Romanuk

    • Thanks for the kind words Bob. Measuring success by counting what doesn’t happen to you (which could be entirely by luck) is an unfortunate myth we’ve been working with for decades in Safety Management…time to more forward!
      Alan D. Quilley

  2. Chip Dawson says:

    Love your recent post on the SAFETY List, Alan. “Time to Lose the Illogical Chants and Support New Evidence-Based Safety Axioms” holds excellent advice and enough detail in all the links for the safety community to get a comprehensive update on where we all need to be heading. I’ll be linking to it on my new blog and hoping for a significant positive change in the safety (and management) community in the years ahead. Chip Dawson

  3. Thank you for currating all of the safety resources. I appreciate the “Canadian Safety Information” section.

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