More specifically, the “O” word… For some, this might seem like preaching to the choir. Others have made a safety career out of fear mongering “Is Your Safety Motivation From Four-Letter Words?”
Read and heed if you want to avoid death threats Everyone who’s worked on a construction site has met the iron-fisted superintendent in this story “Park Backward… Or Else: How to Incite Maliciously Compliant Safety”
I thought about calling this one “proudity edition,” but I doubt many would appreciate the irony… A thought occurred to me the other day whilst “How To Stop Writing Sucky Safety Procedures: Ego Edition”
In order for real change to take place, though, we have to start educating our leadership about what real progress in safety means. It’s not removing all the bumps and scrapes that lead to OSHA recordables.
We’ve got to get better at “racking and stacking” our risks.
One worker death is too many. It’s time we do something different.
Taking the path of less resistance and sticking with the status quo is a tempting option when faced with making a tough choice and standing against all odds just to maintain your integrity. Especially when there’s no guarantee you’ll make the right choice.
Of course, I’m talking about Ph probes used for recording scientific data. Are there even any other kinds of probes?