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Safety Management

Safety is a process, and as such, needs to be managed. This section offers resources to create a viable safety program, sell it to senior management, train supervisors and employees in using it, and then track and report your progress. Look also for ways to advance your own skills in these areas, both for your current job, and those that follow.

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Social Media for Safety Professionals

Yesterday, we talked about mobile apps for safety professionals. Today, we focus on potential benefits of social media.

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Two Big Substance Abuse Policy Mistakes

Is your substance abuse policy effective? If the policy isn’t doing the job, you could be in for trouble.

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Substance Abuse in the Workplace: Does Your Company Have a Problem?

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, which makes this a good time to think about substance abuse in the workplace.

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How’s Your Safety Culture?

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Organizations with strong safety cultures tend to experience low levels of risky behavior and low accident rates, turnover, and absenteeism as well as high productivity.

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How’s Your Safety Management Program?

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Does your safety management program meet all of the following criteria? It should.

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Successful Safety Audits: Critical Issues

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Safety audits help identify hazards, set safety and health goals, and prevent accidents. Before conducting an audit, though, you need to address some practical and legal considerations.

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Time for a Safety Audit? Try This Audit Planning Checklist

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The idea of some audits, like one by the IRS, might make your blood run cold. But when it comes to safety and health, an audit is a proactive tool that tells you if your program is achieving the desired results.

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Workplace Housekeeping: Don’t Sweep It Under the Rug!

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Housekeeping is a task that often takes a back seat to other jobs that seem more pressing and important. But good housekeeping is important, too. It helps ensure a safer workplace.

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Fundamentals of Good Housekeeping: Clean, Orderly, and Safe

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The importance of good housekeeping to your overall operation may not be incorporated into the company’s policy or work rules, but it should at least be firmly planted in everyone’s consciousness—from the CEO to the newest hire.

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7 Steps for Effective Safety Signage

In order to use safety signs and tags effectively in your facility and remain in compliance with the OSHA regulations, be sure to take these 7 basic steps.

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