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Behavior-based Safety: Taming the Lucky Monkey

Apr 4th, 2011 | By
Behavior-based Safety: Taming the Lucky Monkey

The clichéd phrase “incidents and accidents are unavoidable” is not acceptable to today’s safety management professional. Everything happens for a reason, including incidents and accidents. For years, safety professionals have been striving to detect, prevent, and eliminate incidents. We tend to assume that the majority of safety incidents are caused by untrained or inexperienced workers.
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Workplace Safety Tips – Attitude and Behavior Improve Safety

Mar 21st, 2011 | By
Workplace Safety Tips – Attitude and Behavior Improve Safety

Safety is about company policies and procedures. It’s even more about people; more specifically, your employees’ natural behavioral style and safety attitude at work. Training plays an important role in workplace safety. But who your workers are, not just what they do, may be even more significant according to a 1993 study conducted by Behavioral-Values
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