Proactive Safety Management

Due to the reactionary nature of lagging indicators, they don’t make for a strong gauge for measuring overall safety and prevention. Unfortunately, they can lead managers and employees to become complacent, just because they see a low injury rate.

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safety benchmarking

In recent times there has been the emergence of a new philosophy in safety which has at its heart the concept that all accidents are preventable. To promote this, schemes and programmes have been developed that use the word zero in their title.

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EHS professional communicating EHS message

Being the champion of EHS within your organisation, does not mean you are the boss or have sole responsibility in this area. You are in fact, part of a team, an EHS team, as is everyone else in the company and it’s your job to communicate the very important role to them.

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A good work life balance

For some employees, living the reality of work life balance comes more naturally. For others, it seems far out of their reach. It probably has a lot to do with personality type and how people view their lives and what is really important to them.

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company culture

We have all heard the word “culture” bandied about when discussions arise about HR and Health and Safety. But what is culture exactly? And can you spot a “great person” to help you build your “great company culture”?

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company culture

So much of our time is spent in the workplace these days, it’s pretty critical to ensure that this place stays positive! Not an easy task, for sure, with multiple personalities, deadlines, stresses, egos and a host of other challenges.

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objectif d'un appareil photo numérique

Some of can’t rely on stable worlds economic, so learn, learn and learn everything new, this will help you anytime, dont be upset, believe yourself even in dark times!

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