The Japanese-innovated industrial safety method known as Pointing-and-Calling might look a bit strange to someone from Canada, but there’s something for health and safety professionals to learn from this. Shisa kanko, or, in English, “pointing-and-calling,” reduces workplace errors by up to 85 percent. The method involves looking at an object, pointing at it, calling out… Read More Could a Japanese invented safety procedure reduce workplace injuries in Canada?
Your health and safety program is an essential part of your business, your employee’s safety, and your reputation. While HSE is vital, it’s also an expense. I’d like to introduce the concept of spending money to save money on health and safety, an approach that might seem strange in these times of COVID-19 uncertainty. Hear… Read More Request the ROI Calculator
Your health and safety program is an essential part of your business, your employee’s safety, and reputation. While HSE is vital, it’s also an expense. You’re familiar with the adage spending money to save money, I’d like to show you how this applies to your health and safety. This approach might seem strange in these times of… Read More Spending Money to Save Money …wait, what?
Managing your Certificate of Recognition program In this podcast we speak with Jim Riches (External COR Auditor) on how SafetyAdmin helps organizations manage their COR program and what competitive advantages it gives them. Length: 7 min 35 sec. Topics discussed: What is the COR program? Why COR matters.How SafetyAdmin helps you monitor the success of… Read More Podcast: SafetyAdmin and Certificate of Recognition (COR)
There are too many blog posts with “How much paper costs you” titles with too few sources. For our calculation we are going to assume the company is trying to save money printing and is extremely efficient in cutting costs. But print costs can range from 4.5 cents to 20 cents per page depending on… Read More Safety Program – The cost of paper
Our first podcast! Joe Rogan, eat your heart out 🙂 Topics discussed: WorkSafeBC is the official governing organization in BC who oversees any company’s response to COVID-19. What does WorkSafeBC require for all businesses and COVID-19 response plan? What powers does WorkSafeBC have? What is WorkSafeBC looking for when they conduct an inspection? In addition… Read More COVID-19 Response Plan Required
The news in BC is alarming. All businesses have to continue to be vigilant with their COVID-19 health and safety plans. Companies that do not follow proper COVID-19 protocols risk the safety of their employees and the customers, and the potential to be shut down by WorkSafeBC WorkSafeBC is the official government organization in British… Read More WorkSafe finds over 300 violations of COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has kicked the stuffing out of many industries, many businesses are still struggling. Finding ways to reduce expenses is a top priority. The business of construction continues and so does the need for safety. If the COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t a factor, would you still be looking at ways to create efficiencies within… Read More Construction Sector and Safety: “Down, but not out”
We’ve decided to share the Toolbox Topics that come standard with SafetyAdmin.com. Every month we’ll post a new Toolbox Talk topic for you to use. Please feel free to incorporate it into your next Toolbox Talk. The Hazard Taking care of your back is vital to enjoying a healthy life. The challenge is that certain… Read More Toolbox Topic: Back Safety
When evaluating health and safety automation software, remember to consider the source of the safety regulations and what privacy laws are subject to. We launched SafetyAdmin.com seven years ago to help the construction and other high-risk sectors manage their HSE program with greater efficiency. All of our clients were seeking a new way of managing… Read More Evaluating Automation Software for your Health and Safety Program