Rules aren’t the ticket to excellence. A good foundation is.
Ignore this post if you can squat twice your body weight There’s a trend I’ve noticed in the safety world that is no more based “Stop Making Weaklings In The Name Of Safety”
Celebrate your freedom, risk included People are going to do all kinds of crazy things today in the name of celebration. Rightfully so. Independence Day “Merry Chri… Happy 4th of July! Don’t Break Your Toe…”
There are too many zealots out there I had a great conversation about that very topic yesterday while making some exciting plans for an upcoming “Sometimes It’s The Little Wins- Finding Success When Safety Sucks”
Even when we’re lucky, we’re right enough to survive. We survive because we’ve either learned a lesson from the past or learn one in the present from our mistakes.
On second thought, it’s a musical… I just have no idea what everyone else’s music sounds like. The thought occurred to me as I sit “The (Mostly) Silent World”
Seriously, we could use some positivity. Maybe safety people should meditate… (Or read awesome books like the one I wrote: A Practical Guide to the “Life Would Suck If It Were A Safety Report”
I do believe we need to tell better stories if we want to be more relatable as safety professionals.
If you don’t think the safety beliefs of the 1950s are alive and well, you’re fooling yourself.
There’s not all that much new material out there in this field. Sure, OSHA updates a regulation on crystalline silica once every 30 years or so, but that’s not really something that excites the average Joe.