What is your Safety Culture

Written by rsingh on 25 September, 2010 – 10:18 pm What is your organisation’s safety culture? Or even what is your organisation’s culture? What is culture- culture is the way people behave in groups, teams or an organisation. You need to ask this question, how do employees behave in your company? Are they chirpy? Are

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Occupational Safety and Health Policy

Written by rsingh on 31 August, 2010 – 2:32 pm The liberalization of trade and commerce has accelerated growth of various industries but it has also increased the occupational related accidents. According to an estimate 1.2 million workers are killed world over due to occupational related accidents and 250 million workers are injured in work

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First Aid in the Workplace, First Aid for safety

The most important issue in any industry is to prevent workers from harm or minimize injuries through first aid. First aid is not about curing an injured person at the spot but to take preventive measures and prevent the conditions from worsening till the paramedic arrives. Often leaders in Health and Occupational Industry are trapped

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Workplace Safety Awareness

There is an old joke about married couple, who used to fight quite often. One day they were trying to hammer a nail into the wall- The husband mentioned to wife -“I will hold the nail and keep it steady. When I am ready, I will nod my head and you hit it”. It’s easy

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The Half Hearted Effort

Written by Raj Singh on 07 February, 2014 The last time we spoke it was about Focusing on BAD Performance and we ended with a quote from Tom Peters EXCELLENCE. ALWAYS. If not EXCELLENCE, WHAT? If not EXCELLENCE NOW, WHEN? My question to you today is – What are you willing to do to make

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The Talking Stick

Written by Raj Singh on 10 March, 2014 I was reading an article about the “native American” talking stick. Basically whoever holds the stick has the right to speak. I thought this was a brilliant idea. Whoever had the stick had the floor to speak. Everyone had to listen and pay attention. This is the

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