Impossible Doesn’t Exist

Creating a psoitive safety culture is no small feat, but can be done by devloping personal responsibility. One way is to engage the workforce in the porcess of problem solving and creating visual images of change. This post has interesting thoughts to help the process.

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The Curse of Knowledge – Avoiding The “Brain Dump”

Your knowledge is extensive, and you could probably write a book if you wanted. But, when teaching others always avoid the tendency to demonstrate what you know to others. Especially when you are teaching others. The goal is to teach and help each individual learn, so they will perform their work better and more safely. Confusion, misunderstanding or incomplete learning won’t help or improve safety. Most safety trainers I’ve met really care about their workers’ safety and want their classes to be successful. That’s why using the K.I.S.S. principle is so important.

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Is Automated “Near-Miss Incident Reporting” A Good Idea?

Near Miss incident reporting is an important element in creating a Learning Organization. It requires open and honest communication between all level of an organization. New onboard technologies used in delivery vehicles that capture and report incidents automatically hold great promise for safety, but are they being used in the most effective manner. This post begins the discussion.

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How “Rehearsing” Will Improve Your Training

When you rehearse the delivery of a training course you engage your mind and put it into action. The process of rehearsal helps you visualize the delivery, creating opportunities for improvement. Tell stories, play games, and provide examples safely as you work to make the delivery effortless.

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