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Defining World Class – A Response Part 1

by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Sep 25, 2011

Fact or Fiction – “Approximately 90% of all occupational injuries and illnesses are caused by unsafe acts”? Need peer-reviewed empirical evidence. Valid or No?

Image via Wikipedia A discussion with Dr. Mike Waite and James Roughton at LinkedIn: Fact or Fiction? Can anyone provide any peer-reviewed empirical evidence that statistically supports the universally used “approximately 90% of all occupational in...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Jul 29, 2011

Fact or Fiction – “Approximately 90% of all occupational injuries and illnesses are caused by unsafe acts”? Need peer-reviewed empirical evidence. Valid or No?

Image via Wikipedia A discussion with Dr. Mike Waite and James Roughton at LinkedIn: Fact or Fiction? Can anyone provide any peer-reviewed empirical evidence that statistically supports the universally used “approximately 90% of all occupational in...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Jul 29, 2011

Job Hazard Analysis – Developing a Combined Approach

This post is a brief overview of areas that should be considered when developing a job hazard analysis process within your organization.    In our book, a general process is developed using employee participation, hazard recognition, behavior and...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on May 13, 2011

Job Hazard Analysis – Developing a Combined Approach

This post is a brief overview of areas that should be considered when developing a job hazard analysis process within your organization.    In our book, a general process is developed using employee participation, hazard recognition, behavior and...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on May 13, 2011

Job Hazard Analysis and Human Performance

The following thoughts are on why the Job Hazard Analysis should consider Human Performance concepts in its process. Let’s talk about the recent insights we’ve gleaned or learned from the concepts of human performance improvement and how we think...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Jan 27, 2011

Job Hazard Analysis and Human Performance

The following thoughts are on why the Job Hazard Analysis should consider Human Performance concepts in its process. Let’s talk about the recent insights we’ve gleaned or learned from the concepts of human performance improvement and how we think...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Jan 27, 2011

Safety Culture – Twelve Steps to a Change Management Checklist

Conducting site reviews (audits), areas surveys, findings from job hazard analysis (JHA), and observations may uncover perceptions, areas or tasks that must be quickly addressed.  To be effective, change management must be used if the necessary revi...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Jan 13, 2011

Safety Culture – Twelve Steps to a Change Management Checklist

Conducting site reviews (audits), areas surveys, findings from job hazard analysis (JHA), and observations may uncover perceptions, areas or tasks that must be quickly addressed.  To be effective, change management must be used if the necessary revi...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Jan 13, 2011

Safety Culture – Eight Basic Risk Management Principles

Image via Wikipedia The objective of an effective safety culture is to go beyond compliance and drill deep into the inter-working of the facility to ferret out hazards and associated risk. Safety should be intertwined with all aspects of management c...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Jan 4, 2011

Safety Culture – Eight Basic Risk Management Principles

Image via Wikipedia The objective of an effective safety culture is to go beyond compliance and drill deep into the inter-working of the facility to ferret out hazards and associated risk. Safety should be intertwined with all aspects of management c...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Jan 4, 2011

Safety Culture – Nine Warning Flags—Factors that Defeat Controls

Image via Wikipedia The implementation of an improved safety culture requires an almost Sherlock Holmes ability to use observation and logic to identify where underlying loss potential resides in the workplace.  Just as Sherlock searched a crime sce...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Dec 23, 2010

Safety Culture – Nine Warning Flags—Factors that Defeat Controls

Image via Wikipedia The implementation of an improved safety culture requires an almost Sherlock Holmes ability to use observation and logic to identify where underlying loss potential resides in the workplace.  Just as Sherlock searched a crime sce...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Dec 23, 2010

Safety Culture – Five Things to Consider for Preventing Hazards from Developing

To begin, scan the work environment, plant production processes, current work practices, inspections, etc. Develop or revise controls to help reduce workplace hazards.  Consider the following actions to improve your safety process to prevent and...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Dec 14, 2010

Safety Culture – Five Things to Consider for Preventing Hazards from Developing

To begin, scan the work environment, plant production processes, current work practices, inspections, etc. Develop or revise controls to help reduce workplace hazards.  Consider the following actions to improve your safety process to prevent and...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Dec 14, 2010

Safety Culture – Five Things to Consider for Preventing Hazards from Developing

To begin, scan the work environment, plant production processes, current work practices, inspections, etc. Develop or revise controls to help reduce workplace hazards.  Consider the following actions to improve your safety process to prevent and...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Dec 14, 2010

Safety Leadership – Management Leadership and Employee Participation

Is there a simple method to increase employee safety awareness, reduce injuries and loss producing events, reduce operating costs, enhance overall productivity, and improve employee morale? The answer is yes! There are many ways that this can be acco...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Dec 9, 2010

Safety Leadership – Management Leadership and Employee Participation

Is there a simple method to increase employee safety awareness, reduce injuries and loss producing events, reduce operating costs, enhance overall productivity, and improve employee morale? The answer is yes! There are many ways that this can be acco...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Dec 9, 2010

Safety Leadership – Management Leadership and Employee Participation

Is there a simple method to increase employee safety awareness, reduce injuries and loss producing events, reduce operating costs, enhance overall productivity, and improve employee morale? The answer is yes! There are many ways that this can be acco...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Dec 9, 2010

Safety Leadership – Management Leadership and Employee Participation

Is there a simple method to increase employee safety awareness, reduce injuries and loss producing events, reduce operating costs, enhance overall productivity, and improve employee morale? The answer is yes! There are many ways that this can be acco...
by MyJobHazardAnalysis on Dec 9, 2010


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