Archives for February 2012

Paving the Way Forward: Safety Leadership Coaching – Step 4

You’ve identify the goal, you’ve evaluated the reality, and you’ve even generated options for improvements.  And, if you did this right, you’ve pared down the list to a few actionable items and transferred ownership for improvements to the person you’re coaching.  So now you’re ready for the final step in the coaching process; to pave […]

Winter Weather Tips from OSHA

“Winter storms create a variety of hazards and can have lingering impacts on everyday tasks and work activities.  According to the National Weather Service, about 70 percent of injuries during winter storms result from vehicle accidents, and about 25 percent of injuries result from being caught out in the storm.  Learning about how to prepare […]

Safety Meeting: Are You Asking or Telling?

Over the past few months we’ve been looking at ways to make a pre-job safety meeting more effective, and we’ve seen throughout this series that the key to success is engagement. True employee engagement means they are involved and participating in the discussion, they are alert and interested in what you are saying, and they […]