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Integrating safety value to foster a strong safety climate part 2

As considered in part 1, employees need to see safety written into the fabric of a company’s policy and processes.  Obviously having it in print and translated aren’t enough. Employees need to see real commitment and action behind the words. There must be high expectations and accountability. “Do as I say, not as I do,” …

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Interpreting for mandatory training?

Every company has a certain amount of federally- or state-mandated required training. For example, the following is a list of subjects that OSHA® requires company to cover annually. The list is not exhaustive. Occupational Noise Exposure 1910.95 for employees in a hearing conservation program. Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response 1910.120 for employees that could …

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Integrating Safety Value to Promote a Strong Safety Climate – Part I

In the previous two blogs, we discussed the importance of management and leadership setting the right example to promote a strong safety culture. We talked about the fact that many companies say that safety is their number one priority. However, their actions reveal a very different thing. Therefore, we consider in this article how a …

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Jeff Alfonso will present at ABC’s Safety Conference

I am thrilled and delighted to announce that I will present at the Associated Builders & Contractors of the Carolinas 2019 Safety Conference. This year it will be held on Friday, February 22 at Great Wolf Lodge, 10175 Weddington Road, Concord, NC. Registration and breakfast buffet start at 7:00 a.m. My presentation “Hispanic Culture in …

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