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Risk

Duty of Care

The concept of “duty of care” refers to the legal and moral obligation that individuals or organizations have to take reasonable measures to prevent harm or injury to others. It is an essential principle in various fields, including healthcare, construction,…

A Behavioral-based Safety Program

A behavioral-based safety program is an approach to occupational health and safety that focuses on understanding and influencing the behaviors of individuals within an organization to improve safety outcomes. It recognizes that human behavior plays a crucial role in workplace…

Were You Safe Today or Just Lucky?

Safety culture refers to the shared values, beliefs, attitudes, and practices regarding safety within an organization. It represents the collective commitment to safety at all levels of the organization, from top management to frontline employees. A strong safety culture promotes…

Why A Positive Health and Safety Culture Needs Negativity

Is your positive health and safety culture an illusion? Without bad news, you can’t learn from mistakes, fix problems, and improve your systems. Here’s how negativity can improve your health and safety culture. It takes time and effort to develop…

Can Risk Ever Be Zero?

When we aim to reduce risk, the obvious target is zero. Ideally, we would eliminate the hazards and get rid of the risk. If we can create a risk-free environment in the workplace, we know everyone will be safe and…