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A Supervisor’s Guide to Preventing Serious Injuries and Fatalities | SOS Podcast
Across a number of industries, serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs) have been trending upwards since the onset of the pandemic. In this episode, we provide listeners with five suggestions to...
The Supervisor's Role in Serious Injury and Fatality Prevention (SIF)
First, let's define SIF. A Serious Injury and Fatality (SIF) is an event that is either an injury or near-miss that can result in or has the potential to result in a fatal or life-altering illness or...
Why Proper Analysis Helps Prevent Dangerous Workplace Incidents | SOS Podcast
Not all supervisors lead investigations. For those who do, gathering facts and developing a list of recommendations that prevent reoccurrence is essential. To that end, we’ve highlighted several...
Walking the Talk: Leading Safety by Example | SOS Podcast
Supervisors have an impressive list of responsibilities. None, however, are more important than those related to direct reports' safety, health, and well-being. This episode discusses the...
7 Actions to Increase Safety Performance of Supervisors
Do your supervisors play a key role in the foundation and success of your company’s safety program? Too often, companies rely strictly on their safety staff to ensure safety protocol is maintained....
How to Make JSAs Part of Your Pre-shift Planning | SOS Podcast
In a wide range of labor-dependent industries, frontline managers routinely meet with employees at the start of the day to discuss workflow priorities and to highlight matters of importance. Often,...
What Makes a Good Safety Observation?
Safety observations in the workplace help employees learn to identify both unsafe acts and conditions in the workplace or job site. A safety observation is an engaging activity that allows employees...
Supervisor Skills to Improve Workplace Safety
Workplace injuries are most often the result of employee actions, not conditions. At-risk behaviors or those involving unnecessary levels of risks are predominantly the underlying cause and have...
8 Ways Supervisors Can Have a Huge Impact on Your Safety Program
When they see that safety is important to the people who are running the company and making important decisions, it reminds them that safety is a priority and to take safety seriously.