Archives for August 2015

The Role of “Building on Momentum” When Leading Safety-Culture Change

Anyone who has driven along mountainous roads in snowy conditions knows how difficult it can be to drive uphill. As long as the traffic is moving, there’s a good chance you’ll make it up the hill. But the minute traffic comes to a halt, the advantage you used to have changes because you no longer […]

The Role of “Short-Term Wins” When Leading Safety-Culture Change

Football season is fast approaching, and for many NFL teams that means another shot at the Super Bowl—other teams, not so much. All team owners, general managers and head coaches have a vision and direction for their team, but not all those visions will produce results. In fact, some of those visions will end up […]

Cross the Road Safely – Pedestrian Rules

65 years later and these rules are still important to hear. Road rules are there for a reason, prevent a car accident by crossing correctly. Either way you don’t want to get caught being DEAD wrong or being DEAD right. #PedestrianSafety #TBT

OSHA and Health Canada Continue to Work Together

The United States Occupational Safety & Health Administration (“OSHA”) recently announced that it will continue to work with Health Canada, Canada’s federal health oversight department, toward unifying their workplace chemical classification and labeling systems. Learn more with this article from The National Law Review.