“Adding new activities to our safety regimen that sync well with our existing efforts may make risk more visible and help curb SIF incidents,” says Gary A. Higbee, president and CEO of Higbee & Associates Inc.
“In our consulting work, we routinely see companies simply aiming programs at problems instead of developing strategy,” says Shawn M. Galloway, president of ProAct Safety. He identifies 10 common problems.
“When a CAVE person becomes unruly, it’s simply a tactic to throw you off your game,” says J. Kevin Cobb, senior consultant with SafeStart, who offers tools you can use when “citizens against virtually everything” disrupt your meetings and training sessions.
San Diego — Increases of various workplace hazards have spurred OSHA to update several National Emphasis Programs in recent years, the latest being its trenching and excavation program in October 2018.