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Is your safety program a profit center? Or, is it simply a necessary evil? Pro-active organizations build systems that yield tremendous results in the area of safety. Come learn how to pull it all together to gain YOUR results. To receive a copy of the slide presentation, email email@example.com. For more information or to contact a safety professional visit http://www.oshasafetymanagement.com/
Twelve step process to create an effective and sustainable safety management system.
Speaker Drew Page, CHST (Director of Operations at Optimum Safety Management) presented on Effective Safety Management Systems that drive results! Last quarter’s webinar was OSHA's top 10 most frequently cited standards for finishing contractors. Now that you understand where to focus your company's compliance efforts, the next step is to understand an effective and sustainable approach to manage your safety program.
Clarion Safety Systems explains the elements that make an effective safety sign or label, including the use of safety symbols, formatting, and the importance of using "best practice" standards. Visit the Learning Center (click the link below) on the Clarion website to learn more about effective safety signs and labels. http://www.clarionsafety.com/Learning-Center?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Vid&utm_content=Effective_Labels&utm_campaign=S-YT-14
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Some of the most notorious food safety tragedies happened at sites that had been audited by internal and external auditors. When we read the investigative reports and are exposed to some of the non-conformities found to have led to these incidents, we can’t help but to ask ourselves, how could these violations have gone unnoticed by the auditors? Food safety auditing is a trade that must be mastered. It involves skills beyond those required for performing an inspection, and the differences between inspecting and auditing must be clear in order for the audit to be more than a glorified inspection. This lecture will shed light on some of the key elements required to perform an effective food safety audit and can be beneficial for auditors and auditees alike.
Recorded on October, 14, 2010 Offshore Facility Safety & Environmental Management System (SEMS) Webinar Series Presented by Steve Maher For a .pdf copy of presentation handouts, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 877-532-0806.
The webinar provides the audience with an overview of ISO 45001, its transition to OHSAS 18001, and an illustration of some of the main challenges that businesses face in regards to this standard. Moreover, the presenter explains some of the key factors affecting the safety culture within the organizations, and how ISO 45001 can be the corner stone of a positive cultural transformation can set the foundation for a positive cultural transformation. Main points covered: • A global perspective on safety and its evolution in the context of today’s business • Maximizing your leadership potential to demonstrate real commitment to safety • The X Factor -the most impactful Safety Leadership traits • Creating Safety rather than Preventing Accidents – a smarter, more efficient way to reach your ...
InCord helps you create a safer workplace with our patented, custom manufactured BayNets Safety Systems® for your maintenance bays. BayNets provide an easy, effective tool for open pit safety and promote safer work habits in the hazardous area of your service center. BayNets are designed to catch and cradle a person falling into the floor opening. They are fabricated of specially treated, petroleum-resistant synthetic web, installed with aircraft cable and hardware. Once installed, the patented BayNets Safety System® has a tensile strength of over 3 tons. InCord is a full service fabrication facility specializing in custom nets, including industrial, cargo safety and debris nets as well as conveyor belt safety products. This video courtesy of Jiffy Lube.
David Smith, Chairman of ISO/PC 283, Occupational health and safety management systems, offers a quick introduction to ISO 45001 and tells us how the future standard will bring safety to the front line. Every 15 seconds a worker dies from a work-related accident or disease, and 153 people experience a work-related injury. These represent an enormous burden for organizations and society as a whole, costing over 2.3 million deaths a year, not to mention the more than 300 million non-fatal accidents (source: ILO). But with robust and effective processes in place, many incidents can be prevented. This is where the future ISO 45001 on occupational health and safety comes in. Designed to help organizations of all sizes and industries put in place a safe working environment for their employees, ...
Most engineers who design and verify safety instrumented functions (SIFs) understand how hard it is to design a manual proof test with high effectiveness (also called high proof test coverage). Proof test coverage is an important variable in Safety Instrumented System (SIS) design that can impact risk reduction by an entire SIL level. This is shown in PFDavg calculations. This webinar will explain proof test coverage, why this is an important safety parameter, and show that the real objective is to detect failures NOT detected by automatic diagnostics. It will also explain how SIS class products will have a lower proof test coverage and why a lower proof test coverage IS NOT a bad thing.
To develop effective safety sign systems that communicate across language barriers, standardized graphical symbols are key. Clarion Safety Systems explains why standardization is critical in achieving a universal understanding of graphical symbols, how the process of standardization occurs within the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and how it is creating a new global language -- independent of words -- that helps to keep people safe from harm. Visit the Learning Center (click the link below) on the Clarion website to learn more about the safety standards that apply to your safety signs and safety labels. http://www.clarionsafety.com/Learning-Center?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Vid&utm_content=Graphical_Sym&utm_campaign=S-YT-14
Clarion Safety Systems explains how properly applied semiotics - the science of how signs and symbols communicate - can make a difference in crafting effective safety signs and labels to reduce accidental injuries and death by reinforcing safety procedures and helping people make good decisions around hazardous conditions. Contact Clarion today (click the link below) to learn more about safety semiotics and how it can be applied to bring greater effectiveness to your safety communication. http://www.clarionsafety.com/Contact?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Vid&utm_content=Semiotics&utm_campaign=S-YT-14
Today's educators and school administrators are looking for new and more efficient ways to keep their students and staff safe in the school environment. Classroom Enhancement Solutions is a comprehensive technology deployment that helps the administrative staff determine the effectiveness of the teacher, insure that the core curriculum standards are being taught in an effective manner, and positively impact teacher/student relationships overall. Classroom Enhancements also provide our educators with a powerful tool to counteract and prevent bullying. Homeland Safety Systems. Protecting our future one classroom at a time.