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  • Bob Lapidus, CSP, CSMS Are you a credible advisor?  Do people at work come to you for help in solving problems?  Do your children readily turn to you for assistance?  Does your spouse feel comfortable asking you for advice?  Do your friends see you as a good source for information and support? A person who […]

Safety Center Incorporated
Safety Center Incorporated
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  • Bob Lapidus, CSP, CSMS   Safety management isn’t just for preventing occupational injuries and illnesses.  It’s also for preventing all kinds of losses that pose a threat to our organizations.  One such threat are losses from our vehicle fleets. When your employees are driving your organizational vehicles, do you know how they are driving?   […]

Safety Center Incorporated
Safety Center Incorporated
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  • Bob Lapidus, CSP, CSMS   What do you mean, stick to safety?  For those of you who are safety specialists for your organizations, management expects you to stick to what you have been hired to do.  Whether you are an internal safety person or an external safety consultant, you have been brought in to provide […]

Safety Center Incorporated
Safety Center Incorporated
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  • Bob Lapidus, CSP, CSMS   My colleagues and I ask a series of questions in a safety management questionnaire we have been using and updating for many years.  Some of the questions pertain directly to whether an organization has a sufficient number of employees to do its work safely:   Question #1: Are there enough […]

Safety Center Incorporated
Safety Center Incorporated
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  • Anyone who stands for prolonged periods of time in the same place can benefit from an anti-fatigue mat. Is the softest mat the right choice? There are many ergonomic or anti-fatigue mats available. One of the primary features being advertised today is which one is the “softest” or “plushest?” Softer is not better when it comes to […]

Safety Center Incorporated
Safety Center Incorporated
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  • Bob Lapidus, CSP, CSMS There are some decisions relating to safety that are simply right or wrong.  Take compliance with Cal/OSHA safety standards.  The right thing to do is to guard an unguarded rotating blade or shaft to protect severe injuries to employees.  It also prevents the organization from receiving a serious citation or penalty […]

Safety Center Incorporated
Safety Center Incorporated
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  • Bob Lapidus, CSP, CSMS A successful organization is productive, efficient, and safe.  Working with its employees, management strives to enhance everything it does to make the organization thrive in all things. When an organization starts to lose sight of its goals and objectives, when it starts to ignore problems, when it allows sloppiness to become […]

Safety Center Incorporated
Safety Center Incorporated
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  • Happy Saint Patrick’s to all of our Irish Safety Friends and Colleagues! It is that time of year when the Spring flowers are out and we all think to Summer. For some of us, that means we also must consider the very real possibility that we might have to get into a bathing suit at […]

Safety Center Incorporated
Safety Center Incorporated
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  • Jim Emerson, Conflict Prevention & Resolution Consultant/Trainer  –  For Bob Lapidus, CSP, CSMS Resolving conflicts in the workplace is important for many reasons, and one of the primary reasons is to maintain a safe and secure work environment.  People in conflict are most likely upset emotionally and distracted from their job, which makes them more […]

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Safety Center Incorporated
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  • A SAFETY MANAGEMENT APPROACH “Repetition – Good or Bad?”

    Bob Lapidus, CSP, CSMS A very common complaint amongst employees is being given the same training over and over again, seeing the same videos, getting the same handouts, and hearing the same talk year after year or even more often. Yet, safety people are taught that repetition enhances the learning process.  It is good to […]

  • A SAFETY MANAGEMENT APPROACH – Facing Reality

    Bob Lapidus, CSP, CSMS Have you heard people say that there is no such thing as an acceptable risk and no such thing as an acceptable loss in the workplace?  I have.  Such comments are said with deep sincerity. I think it is a wonderful theoretical proposition, and one that I would love to achieve, […]

  • Learn More About Safetyville USA. The Little Town That is Teaching Big Lessons

    Ever wondered how and why Safetyville was founded? Capital Public Radio came for a visit to get the scoop. Take a look at the full article (and many more great stories!) at Capital Public Radio.

  • A SAFETY MANAGEMENT APPROACH “Healthy Employees Are Safer Employees”

    Bob Lapidus, CSP, CSMS The title of this article is self-explanatory. Yet, most safety programs spend little or no effort on helping employees live well. Employees with low blood pressure, good lipids levels, and in good physical condition come to work a step ahead of those employees who do not maintain good health. It is […]

  • A Feeling of Family

    Bob Lapidus, CSP, CSMS A feeling of family support provides employees with the sense they are cared for and they will be protected.  Such a sentiment is very common among small organizations with two to ten employees.  Yet, it can also occur in large establishments where the smaller offices, shops, and field crews create their […]

Safety Center Incorporated
Safety Center Incorporated
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