The intent of the magazine is to gather as much information concerning development of a safety culture so that it can be shared with everyone in an easy to read format. I hope that you enjoy this magazine and consider joining me at my website SafetyCulturePlus
TwitChimp.com is a web application that leverages the Twitter API to provide curated lists of Twitter users. The application is still in a beta testing period but is open to any who would like to try it in this early stage of development.
The purpose of TwitChimp.com is to enable any Twitter user to create and curate directories of Twitter users.
Curated lists are important because they can help reduce the signal to noise ratio in Twitter.
Here are some features:
- An ability to easily create and curate feature-filled lists of twitter accounts on any topic you desire. - Summation of top concepts/words and hashtags in tweets for an entire list, and a hotlinking of those words to Twitter searches. - Generation of statistics for lists and users in lists. - An ability to discover lists by category. - Search tools enabling lists to be found by keywords in the list or by bios of users. - User profile pages with stats, bios and links. - An ability to embed lists on any site on the Internet..."
Here is a good starting point for developing a safety culture. The key is that once you set the visions, goals, and the objectives, it is important these they be re-enforce throught management behaviors.
I thought this was intereting spin on the I2P2. Cal-OSHA’s Injury and Illness Prevention Program (I2P2) can lead to a reduction of injuries and illnesses, but only if inspectors do more than review employers’ written document.
This post make a good case for making safety meetings interesting. "Make the operations department responsible for doing safety training in their organization. They must do their part to have a “culture of correct.” The safety department acts as a resource, the responsible department (i.e., ...
Failing Less is Not a Safety StrategyIndustryWeekCommunicate the new metrics as a part of your overall safety communication improvement strategy and you will find that “visible improvement” is one of the new tools for motivation.
This site is designed to provide the user information concerning safety from all angles and different perspectives and this is why I choose to publish this informaton for all that is intereted to review and provide comments.
As it may be, I love to watch reality TV, as in my opinion, you learn a lot about human behavior. This reality show, on the Discovery Channell, called Gold Rush is about miners in Alaska, trying to find their pot of gold. This show does a good job of walking you through their adventure.
I like reality TV shows because sometimes you come across things that you do not expect to see or hear.
Work Method Statements and their Role in Occupational Health and Safety. January 6, 2012. A gung ho attitude has no place in any work place, as the well-being of employees is not a matter to be taken lightly.
This has some tie into every culture also Safety Culture. Looking for your thoughts! "To get a glimpse of what tomorrow's young global managers might be like as leaders, take a look at how today's young people think about communications. For one thing, they are devoted to connectivity."
Here is a good article from ProAct Safety that I think does a nice job of Failing Less is not a good strategy. Performance and Culture Excellence Advisors, leading provider of Lean Behavior-Based Safety strategies...
Sometimes we just need to have little fun. The question is how would you relate this to Safety Culture. Please provide feedback and I will share my thoughts with you. "Don McMillan's update on "Life After Death by PowerPoint" for 2010.
http://www.safetycultureplus.com, http://bit.ly/xOYpv5. Is this what we want for a Safety Culture? I am focal on this because that we starting spreading the words, that we still have to a Professional at what we do. Looking for opinions, comments, etc. on this subject." On Friday morning, former California Rep. Hilda Solis was officially sworn in as Secretary of Labor by Vice President Joe Biden at the U.S. Dept. of Labor headquarters."