Is Run to Failure an Effective Safety Strategy?
Many org's have shifted from a planned turnaround strategy to a run to failure model. Could that have an effect on worker safety?
Read the article (Part I).
Read Part II
The Culpability Matrix
The Culpability Matrix is a tool you can use to encourage workers to report injuries -- even minor ones -- by separating intended consequences from unintended ones
Read the article.
Podcast: Slips, Trips and Falls
Jim Kleinsteuber of Workplace Safety Advisors was recently interviewed by Dr. Todd Conklin about his work in reducing slip-fall injuries by training people on Dr. Thurmon Lockhart's (Industrial BioDynamics) Commercial Slip Simulator.
Click here to listen to the podcast.
Don't Let a Safety Issue Escalate to a Crisis
On-Site Safety Instruction
Lead, influence, mentor and guide a behavior-based safety program that meets safety and environmental health goals. Develop and implement training programs consistent with
government regulations and business and customer needs. Coordinate on-site worker and supervisory safety training programs.
"Close Call" Analysis
Close calls can be seen as a “Free Gift” to help reduce the chance of events occurring – all of these events are "free" because the consequences are zero or really, really tiny.
Close calls share the same root causes as accidents and losses. Because there are far more good catches than events – there is far more data available to track, trend, and understand. Close Call Analysis can help prevent future losses and mitigates risk exposure by utilizing upstream data to identify sources of safety and environmental risk.
Public Relations Strategy & Coordination
Once a safety process has been established, we help the entire organization celebrate the accomplishment and its benefits, and include outreach to media organizations and the public. We also assist with and coordinate post-event safety rollout programs that improve safety performance and meet regulatory requirements.