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Beyond lip service: The differences that add up to effective safety
It seems that every company executive, plant manager and supervisor is quick to espouse safety first, but are they? Are you?
Developing a health and safety program
A well-tailored safety program can save money and safeguard lives.
Principles of a safety culture
Reducing accidents and enhancing employee safety awareness may drive down insurance rates, the potential for fines, worker compensation rates and lost production time.
Culture clash of safety
Differences between good and bad safety cultures, according to Michael Hewitt, vice president, Global Workplace Safety Practice, DuPont.
Making the workplace safe
Safety professionals discuss ergonomics, incentives and what makes a good safety program
Safety is no accident
Plant safety and security has never been more important given the current political climate.
Incentive versus recognition: what really keeps workers safe
Getting workers involved in overall risk reduction activities
Machine safety systems ease troubleshooting, expedite repairs and improve safety
The conflict between keeping machines running and maintaining a safe working environment always will exist.
Eight key elements of an effective safety automation program
As safety standards continue to evolve and new technologies emerge, the challenge for many organizations is where to begin.
Changing unsafe attitudes
Addressing workers’ attitudes towards safety.
Toe the line
Electrical system safety and regulatory compliance begins with an accurate single-line diagram
Editor in Chief Paul Studebaker says plant safety is too important to leave to chance, and that you can enrich yourself by learning from others' mistakes.
Signs of safety
People who visit many facilities and have the opportunity to compare appearances with attitudes and statistics.
A column dedicated to fostering the world’s safest workplaces
Don’t hurt yourself
Executive Editor Russ Kratowicz, P.E., CMRP, mines the Web for safety, ergonomics and training resources.
Taking health and safety to the field
Creating work-site specific health and safety plans.
Factoring reliability into safety systems
Functional safety builds on the existing safety structure approach by adding a time element: probability of dangerous failure
12 tips for improving welding safety
Welding safety is more than just a company program; it can improve productivity in addition to reducing the number of accidents and injuries.
Forklift safety is a “core value”
A comprehensive safety training program is always one of the most important elements in preventing injuries and death.
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