Monthly Archives: June 2012

Establishing an Effective Health and Safety Process: The Workplace Analysis

In my last few posts, I’ve been focusing on establishing an effective workplace health and safety process. We’ve been looking at the process recommended by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in their publication, Q & A for Small … Continue reading

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Orientation

I cannot emphasize enough the importance of new member orientation.  It doesn’t matter what group it is – club, work, church – it is very important to make sure new members know what a group is all about so they … Continue reading

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2,377 Days Without a Lost Time Accident and Counting! – Effective Health and Safety

2,377 days without a lost-time accident or injury and counting. How does that compare with your safety record? As of last week, that was the total for the safety client we’ve mentioned in other blog entries, Skinner Diesel. This company, … Continue reading

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An Effective Safety Process for Small Business

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about an OSHA publication that highlighted the importance of an effective safety program. They have released another pamphlet, Q&A For Small Business Employers, which stresses the importance of employee health and safety as … Continue reading

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