Targeted Accident Prevention
Large organizations, even with good safety programs, often have one (or several) areas with a history of accidents or risk exposures. We can help you with targeted approaches to address those areas of risk and move toward reduction or elimination of accidents.
Safety Equipment and Solution Selection
Unfortunately, the bulk of resource information about safety equipment, tools, training materials, and similar safety solutions is often provided by those selling those tools or services. We can provide objective insight into the best solutions for your needs, and we have no financial interest in any provider that could influence recommendations. We can also help you select in-depth assistance for a variety of specialized safety topics.
Tool, equipment, workspace, and task selection and design, as well as body mechanics training can be tailored to reduce injuries and risks from lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling, workstation use, and various repetitive motions. Musculoskeletal disorders, such as back injuries, tendonitis, and carpal tunnel syndrome have received much attention in recent years, and are an essential component of the safety efforts for almost every operation.
Safety committees have become common in industry today, and can be the backbone of a good safety program. At the same time, committees without the skills to work as a team, or a clear sense of what they are out to accomplish, can be counterproductive. We’ll help you establish a committee, pick members, set roles, establish the goals of your team, and get the team meetings running smoothly.
Safety Skills for Managers
Even in organizations with large dedicated safety staffs, the managers responsible for the operation have a huge effect on the safety performance of the organization. We can train managers on the basics of industrial safety, ways to integrate safety into regular management activities, and how to handle safety challenges.
Behavior Based Safety
Behavior-based safety has proven itself as a powerful risk-reduction approach in the industry over the last two decades. We can help you with a behavior-based approach, from deciding if your organization is ready for these methods, to embarking on an implementation of your own. We can help you with a direct and practical approach, without oversimplification of the essential concepts of these powerful approaches.
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