The SafetyPro Podcast - Helping you manage workplace safety one episode at a time!
Summary: The SafetyPro Podcast, where I discuss OSHA workplace safety topics, including OSHA Industrial safety, OSHA Construction safety, OSHA VPP, ANSI, NIOSH, Safety Management best practices and give real, actionable tips and tricks as well as downloadable tools listeners can use right away! Employers are ultimately responsible for ensuring the safety of their employees. This podcast will provide listeners with practical tips and tricks to effectively manage safety in their businesses. I discuss management leadership, worksite analysis, hazard prevention and controls, and safety and health training, and more. This podcast can help you better manage safety RIGHT NOW! No platitudes, no gross generalizations or theorizing about safety management. Real tips and tricks, no joke!
Let's see how your company safety management system stacks up to ISO 45001. Expand this window to read more and download a handy ISO 45001 checklist!
The SafetyPro Podcast is powered by www.iReportSource.com NIOSH developed the Dampness and Mold Assessment Tool for both general buildingsCdc-pdf and schoolsCdc-pdf to help employers identify and assess areas of dampness in buildings.
Every safety leader wakes up each morning looking to avoid any accidents. And, each day, you want to take steps to improve your culture of safety. That’s no easy task, which is part of why an analytics dashboard is so helpful in giving you the information you need to do just that. Listen to this episode to get a quick introduction into 4 ways you can use data to improve your safety culture.
Does your company help develop employees through coaching? As provided by www.irerportsource.com this podcast episode brings you the 8 critical tips to help you be a successful coach.
Each year, you want to do all you can to protect the health and safety of your workers. You know that those investments pay off. After all, the average return on safety investment is as much as $4.41 for every dollar that’s been spent.
What are some of the top mistakes employers make when it comes to OSHA recordkeeping? Let’s take a closer look at some of these common errors, and what steps you can take to avoid making the same missteps.
In this episode we look at findings from a survey of healthcare workers conducted by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and talk about what other industries can learn from these results.
How would you like an OSHA inspector to launch a drone over top your jobsite or building? Let's explore this possibility, and other uses of drones in this podcast episode.
Have you ever struggled to make your safety processes mesh with other existing business processes, like quality or maintenance? Using lean principles and tools it can be easy to do just that. Stop trying to convert people and take the work to them, in terms/tools they are comfortable using.
Here I talk all about the OSHA inspection process. I tell you that when violations that walk like a duck and talk like a duck, then they're citations. This episode has some great pro tips!
Mentioned in this episode: www.whosonlocation.com www.mightylinetape.com/podcast OSHA has changed course in its view of employers' post-incident drug testing programs and injury rate-based incentive programs. In this episode I use the phrase "willy nilly" and rail against attendance bonuses. Listen for more information on how to set up your incentive program properly.
A good incident report identifies the problem using in-depth analysis and research and offers a viable solution to that problem. A thorough, well-prepared report will accurately pinpoint what corrective action is necessary so that you may prevent future incidents and keep your team safe!
Workers who do work on or near deenergized electrical parts require training and understanding on how equipment is deenergized and locked /tagged out, how to safely work on or near deenergized parts, and what safeguards to use. This episode covers some safety-related work practices you need to do this type of work.
How do you measure safety in your workplace to enhance performance and reduce employee downtime? There are several tested methods that Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) leaders use to reduce employee incidents and illnesses. Among the leading methods, which this podcast episode discusses, are Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)–or leading and lagging indicators. Subscribe and listen for more info.
In this takeover podcast episode I visited the offices of Gensuite to talk about wearable tech and the impact it has on safety.