Turns out we share the same philosophies and values/goals. Mr Arcement has identified 21 characteristics of effective safety leaders.

Turns out we share the same philosophies and values/goals. Mr Arcement has identified 21 characteristics of effective safety leaders.

Ch. 7 - Attitudes, another example of the door in the face technique of advertising. A Melbourne ad agency created a set of ads that are brutally and graphically violent in order to show the importance of asking for help and safety in the workplace. http://www.trendhunter.com/trends/controversial-ads-australia-worksafe-campaign#!/photos/27427/2

Ch. 7 - Attitudes, another example of the door in the face technique of advertising. A Melbourne ad agency created a set of ads that are brutally and graphically violent in order to show the importance of asking for help and safety in the workplace. http://www.trendhunter.com/trends/controversial-ads-australia-worksafe-campaign#!/photos/27427/2

#Electrical Safety Tips For Kids by Schaffhouser Electric Co. #Electricity is helpful, but it can also be harmful to children.

#Electrical Safety Tips For Kids by Schaffhouser Electric Co. #Electricity is helpful, but it can also be harmful to children.

Reporting on near-misses and hazard observations are a great way to leverage your safety management system to harvest leading indicators and other data that can be used to identify root causes and uncover hidden dangers in your organization. This infographic … Continue reading →

Reporting on near-misses and hazard observations are a great way to leverage your safety management system to harvest leading indicators and other data that can be used to identify root causes and uncover hidden dangers in your organization. This infographic … Continue reading →

Where most personal protective equipment (PPE) is furnished by the employer, at no charge, the employee’s responsibility is to inspect it, clean it, store it properly, and most importantly wear it: http://memicsafety.typepad.com/memic_safety_blog/2015/02/i-want-my-ppe.html

Where most personal protective equipment (PPE) is furnished by the employer, at no charge, the employee’s responsibility is to inspect it, clean it, store it properly, and most importantly wear it: http://memicsafety.typepad.com/memic_safety_blog/2015/02/i-want-my-ppe.html

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