Much is written about the different styles of leadership and which is the best for a particular situation. I could not help but notice one of the most obvious examples of consequential leadership on a recent cross country flight....More
Riding a bike. Touching hot stoves. Telling the truth on our income taxes. All of these things have one thing in common: They are teachable moments. And if you don't learn the lessons they offer, the result can be painful.
I am experiencing a teachable moment. Here at the National Safety Congress. And it's painful....More
The America's Safest Companies Awards Program, founded in 2002, is a prestigious safety award recognizing companies who have achieved innovative and strategic safety goals, similar to those reflected in our previous winners.
To be considered one of America's Safest Companies, organizations must demonstrate: support from management and employee involvement; innovative solutions to safety challenges; injury and illness rates lower than the average for their industries; comprehensive training programs; evidence that prevention of incidents is the cornerstone of the safety process; good communication about the value of safety; and a way to substantiate the benefits of the safety process.
The application process for 2017 opens May 1. Check back on that date to download the application.
The 2017 Safety Leadership Conference and America’s Safest Companies Award Program will take place September 11-13 in Atlanta, GA at the Hilton Atlanta. This event is designed to share best leadership, risk management, compliance and safety practices with EHS professionals hoping to achieve world-class safety at their companies.
28 sessions across 5 performance tracks; Safety & Risk Management, Compliance, Construction Safety and Safety Technology
Compelling keynote speakers
Hands-on facility tours
Multiple networking opportunities
ASC Award Ceremony
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OSHA - Shaming Employers?
"OSHA is taking the next step in publicly shaming employers by forcing them to post injury and illness data online. This can seriously backfire."