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Unknown and Dangerous

Surely, all the information we need to be safe at a basic level is available to everyone—or, at the bare minimum, to all those in charge of safety programs. At least, that’s what common sense would tell us. As it turns out, it’s not exactly true. A lot of safety information may be known in specific industries or in certain circles, but it’s largely not discussed or implemented in all industries.

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The Real Truth About Loyalty

In the end, if you’re close by, easy to deal with and willing to make the sacrifices, you’ll be surrounded by those who are not likely to ever leave your side. In the business world, that means your employees are likely to stay with you and perform at the highest level. And in your personal life, it means that your kids will be high achievers who are going to live in your house until they’re 30!

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Safety Goes Sci-fi

According to Evolve Performance Group, 9 out of 10 engaged employees say that safety is a top priority every day while only two in 10 actively disengaged employees can say the same thing. Modern successful safety cultures are based in facts. People who feel valued, value safety and each other. The takeaway from these numbers cannot be overestimated.

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Why Not You?

The truth is without good relationships communication suffers; without engaged employees, awareness is lost; and, without generations supporting each other, information isn’t passed down. In the long-term, the culture doesn’t improve and may, in fact, deteriorate.  

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Why Being Prepared Is Better Than Being Smart

The Hurricane Don’t List: safety tips from two generations of survivors   They say experience is important, but do we really need to learn our greatest lessons about safety at the point of failure? Although I appreciate the guy who blew himself up instructing me how not to blow myself up, I also want to hear about the person…

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Safety Is Not a Goal; It’s a Lifestyle

Let’s liberate ourselves from the BS. Many of us who try to make the safety programs work at our organizations are not dedicated safety professionals. We have what is commonly referred to as “a real job.” This is not meant to be offensive to trained and highly skilled safety folks, for whom safety is indeed…

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