Archives for July 2014

Are You Providing the Right Kind of Feedback for Safety Performance?

A key skill of a good coach is the ability to give feedback in such a way that the person receiving it will either change a behavior, or continue and improve on a behavior, based on the coaching received. For that reason, it’s important that anyone setting out to coach someone else, either in a […]

Safety Solutions: Can OnStar Make Your Company Fleet Safer?

The first half of 2014 is officially in the books, and over the past six months GM has recalled more than eight million of its vehicles. As a result, the company is more focused on safety solutions, but part of their initiative might actually make your existing company vehicles safer. OnStar has been giving GM […]

OSHA Event Aimed at Giving Federal Workers Workplace Safety

Workplace safety is always a hot topic, from the smallest companies to the biggest departments within the federal government. In an effort to make the 2.7 million people who work for the U.S. government safer, OSHA has announced that it will hold a three-day workplace safety training event at the end of July. Starting on […]

Protected: You’ve Got Style! Understanding Safety Leadership Styles

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Safety Hazard: At least he made sure everyone ELSE was safe!

Another DIY chainsaw-wielding hero attempts to take down a tree limb, and (again) it doesn’t turn out so well. On the plus side, our tree-trimmer (1) has a spotter holding the ladder steady, and (2) demonstrates considerable care and concern for his coworkers who are standing below.  In fact, he goes out of his way […]