Is common practice… common sense? I know, I know. There’s no such thing as common sense. I can already hear the trolls taking a deep “Fevers and Fall Protection”
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.
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.
One worker death is too many. It’s time we do something different.