Items Tagged with 'Supervisors'

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Safety conduit

A strong relationship with supervisors can help safety professionals reach workers
Developing a strong relationship with supervisors can help safety professionals influence the workforce. However, supervisors may have production or quality concerns they perceive as taking priority over safety, so it is important for safety professionals to be strategic in their communications with supervisors.
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Safety program management

“Globalization” has been the driving force of the continuing re-invention of virtually every discipline found in business. How do the many issues of globalization affect safety program management?
“Globalization” has been the driving force of the continuing re-invention of virtually every discipline found in business. How do the many issues of globalization affect safety program management?
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WHO'S RESPONSIBLE?

'Each employee shall comply...'

Should workers be subject to OSHA fines for safety violations?
Should workers who violate safety regulations face fines? Several Canadian provinces have implemented penalty systems that allow workers and front-line supervisors to be cited. Should OSHA do the same, or does the responsibility for a safe workplace rest solely with the employer?
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