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Safety Management

Safety management in Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) involves the systematic planning, organizing, leading, and controlling of safety-related activities within a workplace to prevent accidents, injuries, and illnesses. It encompasses various elements, including risk assessments, developing safety policies and procedures, implementing control measures, providing training, conducting inspections, incident investigations, and continuous improvement. Effective safety management aims to create a culture of safety, where everyone takes responsibility for identifying hazards, following safety protocols, and actively contributing to maintaining a safe work environment. It requires strong leadership, clear communication, and the integration of safety considerations into all aspects of business operations to ensure the well-being and protection of workers.

Contractor Management: How to Secure Safety Buy-in

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New Study Says Managers May Compromise Safety Due to Earnings Expectations

A new study found that managers facing market pressures to meet earnings expectations may risk damaging workers? health and safety to please investors.

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Use this recent case to show your senior management the consequences of ignoring the advice and recommendations of its safety professionals.

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The TSB’s report on a plane crash criticized the airline’s poor safety culture. Here’s what management can learn from its findings.

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Fall Protection Training Requirements – Know the Laws of Your Province

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