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Risk Management – What Is Your Insurance Fitness?

Well, its February and by now most of us have forgotten to keep our personal New Year’s fitness resolutions.  But this is a good time to check up on our insurance fitness.   For those of you who are getting your … Continue reading

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Knock, Knock – What To Do When OSHA Shows Up

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When OSHA shows up at your facility or worksite, it can be a very daunting experience.  But, it should not be a frightening experience.  The question is “what do you do?”  Obviously denying OSHA entrance is not the wisest choice.  … Continue reading

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Risk Management: Fall Protection – What do you do about repeat offenders?

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This week’s blog post continues an ongoing discussion of the risk management issue of fall protection.  This time we look at the issue of repeat offenders to violating fall protection rules and from a risk managment point of view there … Continue reading

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A New Years Resolution: Stop the Conspiracy of Silence

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It is the time of the year where we start to think about New Year’s resolutions. We reflect on the past year and what we want to change. Every year many of us make resolutions about our health, our finances, … Continue reading

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How will you respond?

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How will your people respond to an emergency?  Will it be the original response plan – when in danger, when in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout?  We’ve all experienced this type of response.  It is not the way … Continue reading

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Holistic Safety: Working the Plan

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I’ll always remember the words of Bill M., one of my early mentors, nearly twenty five years ago:  “Plan the work and work the plan.”  For Bill, planning was everything.  Planning included the work process, work steps and resources – … Continue reading

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