Safety Training

Learning that happens outside of the classroom is important for safety

Learning that happens outside of the classroom is important for safety

By Madison Hanscom, PhD

As we know in safety, formal training is incredibly important for employees to learn the practices, procedures, values, norms, and behaviors surrounding safe work. This provides the foundational knowledge for employees to do their jobs safely. Another important component to learning safety best practice is less official – it’s referred to as informal learning.

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Crucial factors for a culture of accountability

Crucial factors for a culture of accountability

By Brie DeLisi

One of the main concerns we hear from our clients is that they want their employees to be accountable when it comes to safety – to follow the safety requirements, to own their mistakes, to speak up in unsafe situations, to look for opportunities for improvement, etc. Accountability and safety ownership is, after all, a sign of very mature safety cultures. In these cultures, there are typically fewer injuries and increased levels of productivity.
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Why are your employees not reporting near misses?

employees not reporting near misses


By Brie DeLisi


Most industrial organizations have implemented some form of near miss, close call or observation program – whether it is a top-of-the-line app that make reporting a breeze, to paper forms that can be dropped in a box. While completely different methodologies, both will either succeed or fail based on the same factors.
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