Nothing like a bit of Evidence to let you KNOW when you’re Creating SAFETY!

Great Article By Cary Usrey, Scott Falkowitz

http://ohsonline.com/Articles/2013/08/01/Achieving-Sustainability-in-Construction-Safety-Programs.aspx?Page=1

Most Interesting Article from James Loud via Safety Cary

“Plan – Do – Hope – Pray” – A phase that always makes me smile!

http://www.predictivesolutions.com/safetycary/plan-do-hope-pray-is-not-a-safety-system/#comment-516

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Adventures in Making Safety Personal – Presenter: Alan D. Quilley

csse 2013

Sunday Sept. 15th 1:00 – 4:30 pm

CSSE 2013 PDC – Montreal, Quebec – September 15-18, 2013

http://www.csse.org/annual_conference

Hope to see you all at this year’s CSSE Professional Development Conference.

Adventures in Making Safety Personal  –  A How-to Approach that WORKS

The workshop is designed to teach participants a proven process of engaging workers and managers in creating their own safety and the safety of others. Techniques described will be tangible, take away processes that can be used by the participants to assist them in motivating and inspiring their company staff to do safety for the right reasons and to commit to real, personal activities that create safety.

The Past Outcomes Experienced Are Not Necessarily A Prediction of the Future Outcomes

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I can’t count how many times I’ve heard this silly statement “I’ve done it this way for years and not gotten hurt..it’s SAFE!”. It’s an extremely illogical statement when trying to justify taking terrible risks. Gravity doesn’t care how many times you may have worked at a height without fall protection in the past. It will either be part of your day today or not…300 times before doesn’t change physics!

If Safety Starts At The Top…Where Does It Finish?

We’ve all heard it. Most of us have said it and some of us have even said it more than once- “safety starts at the top!” It’s not a difficult concept to understand. If the management team at the top of the organization doesn’t place safety on their agenda and in their vision for the organization, it simply won’t get done. If this is the start of safety then let’s follow the path to the logical conclusion-where does safety finish? In other words, where does the real work of safety get done? Intention at the top of an organization will need to be supported by a lot of doing to actually make it a reality for the people performing the work.

Read More…

http://www.predictivesolutions.com/safetycary/if-safety-starts-at-the-topwhere-does-it-finish/