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The ‘Common Sense’ of Workplace Safety

Keith Brown

Keith Brown

Safety Team Leader and Supervisor

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Workplace Accident Investigations – How to make them effective and work for your business!

Mylene Kellerman

Mylene Kellerman
Assistant Director and Safety and Health Supervisor

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Construction Explosion

Gabe Garcia

Gabriel (Gabe) Garcia
Safety and Health Consultant

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Process System Safety – Is it a management thing?

Occupational safety and health encompasses the management of the personal safety and health of workers; however, a well-developed management system is required to eliminate system related safety and health issues.

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Responsibility, Authority, and Accountability: Does your company stack-up?

When it comes to managing workplace safety and health, there are three essential criteria that apply to every member of every organization:

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What Kind of Safety Culture Do Your Employees Follow … When You Are Not Around?

What is a safety culture? Merriam-Webster defines culture as “a way of thinking, behaving or working that exists in a place or organization, such as a business.”

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Portable Fire Extinguishers in the Workplace

The origin of fire protection engineering traces back to Ancient Rome, 64 C.E.

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Bridging the Language Barrier in Safety

Bridging the language gap is critical to maintaining a safe and healthful workplace. Over the past decade, remarkable gains have been achieved in occupational safety and health. Although general industry and construction injury and illness incidence rates have dropped, similar improvements have not occurred for non-English speaking workers such as Hispanics or Latinos.

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