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OSHA Wants to Extend E-Recordkeeping Compliance Deadline

OSHA is seeking to delay the compliance date of its e-recordkeeping rule from July 1, 2017, to Dec. 1, 2017. The agency published the final rule on May 12, 2016, and says the delay "is appropriate for the purpose of additional review into questions of law and policy."

 
06/27/2017 12:27 PM

Insights From Safety 2017: What’s Your 8, 5, 3?

8 – 5 – 3, that’s kind of cryptic, isn’t it? It is not a reference to a verse, a combination, or any other common numeric sequence. What it does refer to is a powerful hazard recognition technique developed by Decision Point Associates, Inc. out of Denver, Colorado.

 

BISE In the Know Series: Sheldon Primus, COSM, COSS, MPA on "The Future of OSHA: The Donald Trump Administration"

Register now for the second installation of the BISE In the Know Virtual Series, featuring Sheldon Primus.​

 

YPs in OSH Lunch & Learn: Mary L. Silva, CSP on "How to present a proposal for 2018 PDC", 6/28

Learn about the benefits of speaking at the PDC and how to submit a proposal for Safety 2018.

 
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06/26/2017 1:00 PM

Build a Business Case for Safety

Changes in the regulatory landscape may affect how companies decide to manage employee safety and health. So how do we respond to this change? We adapt. In the words of Stephen Hawking, “Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change." Just as the landscape is shifting, it’s time to change how we position OSH management within an organization.

 
06/22/2017 2:15 PM

Insights From Safety 2017: The State of our Profession Is Strong!

Day 2 of Safety 2017 was a lot of fun. Attendees were settled into the schedule and flowed from session to session. The general session was again informative and inspiring, as was the plenary town hall.​

 
06/21/2017 7:05 PM

Insights from Safety 2017: Enjoying the Process

Safety 2017 opened with record participant attendance, record vendor presence and plenty of inspiration for our profession. I have attended many of these conference over my 30 years in OSH and I come away enriched each time. This time, however, it feels different. It feels like our profession is hitting a new phase of maturity.

 

Insights From Safety 2017: A Positive Spin on Discipline

The word discipline is often associated with punishment. As a result, its use in response to safety violations has been highly debated. Safety 2017 presenters Mike McCarroll and Michael Belcher outlined issues organizations must understand before using discipline and recommended three steps to make its use most effective.

 
06/21/2017 4:01 PM

Insights From Safety 2017: Overcoming Four Viruses That Infect Culture

In his session on Tuesday, June 20, David Maxfield of Safety VitalSmarts, four viruses that can infect culture and prevent effective performance and inhibit change: resistance, silence, collusion and cynicism.​

 
06/21/2017 3:09 PM

Insights From Safety 2017: Helping Supervisors Become Better Safety Leaders

Judy Agnew, Ph.D., talked to Safety 2017 attendees about proactive ways to help frontline supervisors succeed in safety. Agnew is senior vice president of safety solutions for Aubrey Daniels International. Frontline supervisors have a crucial role in workplace safety. “Frontline supervision is where safety comes together: where the vision and values are executed, where the procedures are complied with, where decisions are implemented, and where safety can be seen."

 
 
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