Accidents can and do happen in life, at home, on the road, and in the workplace. While some of these are not avoidable, others are entirely preventable. This is why OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) is actively moving towards proactive, participatory safety measures aimed at getting employees and employers to develop and internalize safety practices so it becomes a part of the organization’s safety culture.
This rather successful approach to safety standards is known as Behavior-Based Safety (BBS). However, there are certain things that are counterproductive and likely to hurt your organization’s safety practices. These safety sins are primarily responsible for a significant number of accidents, most of which could have been avoided if proactive measures were taken...Read More >