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An Employee Engagement Success Story

We have written a number of articles about the benefits of employee involvement. This week, we would like to highlight a success story. The knowledge and experience of employees can help create effective solutions to workplace issues. An example of … Continue reading

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Did You Know: We are Halfway Through 2016

On July 1, we passed the half-way point of 2016. You may have begun the new year with the usual resolutions, but we are not going to dwell on those. It is time, however, to look at what has happened … Continue reading

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Disturbing Statistics Show the Need for More Attention to Workplace Safety

No matter how divided they may be, labor and management generally agree on the importance of safe workplaces. It represents a non-divisive topic on which they can begin cooperative employee engagement efforts. We have written before about the successes we … Continue reading

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Focus On Hazards, Not Just incidents

I was reading a list of safety committee tips this week, and came across several that were particularly relevant to some of the discussions we’ve had in the blog. One I would like to consider this week is: Focus on … Continue reading

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Entry 200

This is our 200th Blog posting! When Meredith and I began writing this around 4 years ago, I wondered if anyone would ever read it. My thanks go out to you that found us and read our entries. I will … Continue reading

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What can Labor-Management Committees and Employee Involvement Teams Do? – Part 1

We often are asked what Labor-Management Committees and Employee Engagement Teams can do. This is one of the most searched questions leading people to our blog. Over the next few blog entries, we will look at some of the things … Continue reading

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Labor Management Committee Update – Safety and Job Retention

At CALMC, we have the pleasure of working with some excellent labor-management committees. Each of these successful committees is distinguished by the commitment of their members, both employees and managers, to working together to improve their workplace. Each has benefited … Continue reading

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Why Safety Always is Different From Other Safety Programs

In my last few blogs, I have written about how the OSHA guidelines for an effective health and safety program compare to CALMC’s Safety Always process. As we have noted, Safety Always is well aligned with the OSHA process. Last … Continue reading

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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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