Safety Management Blog

Insights and trends to help you better manage your EHS program to improve compliance & workplace safety

Safety Observations: The Value of Safe + Unsafe
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Cary Usrey

The Value of Including Safe Observations

The safety profession has an unhealthy fixation on measurements based purely on negative values. OSHA recordable and lost time injuries are the first such statistics that spring to mind (both lagging and—I would suggest—negative indicators.) Once they occur, they cannot

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LATCH
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Joe Olesweski

LATCH: Roster-focused Content in a Safety Software Platform

A significant number of cloud-based safety software components are roster-focused, including hazard assessments, personnel lists, training tracking, chemical inventory, and group digital file management. By nature, these aspects tend to be both interrelated and end-user-facing. It is therefore essential that

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Top Renewable Energy Sources
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SafetyStratus Research Advisory Group

Diving into the World’s Top Renewable Energy Sources

Rapid industrialization brings with it a heightened thirst for electricity. With the growing reliance on phones, computers, and cars for daily activities, barely anyone is spared from electric consumption. Unfortunately, with great power demand comes great responsibility. With the world

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Safety Inspection Strategy Guide
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Cary Usrey

A Focused Safety Inspection Strategy Guide

Safety inspections should not be done simply for the sake of checking a box. A proper strategy needs to be employed, ensuring observers are engaged in the most meaningful and sustainable way. Currently, there is little clear direction on what

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Safety Inspections
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Joe Olesweski

The Use of a Group Structure in Safety Inspections

Most cloud-based safety inspection software allows users to conduct inspections in a variety of ways. The most common or traditional approach is to perform an inspection on a single, specific object. That object can be a room, an asset, or

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