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Risk Control Service Strategy for Excavation, Jim Newberry

In risk control there are a good number of high risk operations that we encounter, but not all risk control representatives have the same technical expertise or background. This service guide is designed to help the novice evaluate excavation while visiting a client with an excavation exposure.

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Risk Control Service Strategy for Fall Protection, Jim Newberry

In risk control there are a good number of high risk operations that we encounter, but not all risk control representatives have the same technical expertise or background. This service guide is designed to help the novice evaluate fall protection while visiting a client with a fall protection exposure.

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Risk Control Service Strategy for Scaffolding, Jim Newberry

In risk control there are a good number of high risk operations that we encounter, but not all risk control representatives have the same technical expertise or background. This service guide is designed to help the novice evaluate scaffolding while visiting a client with a scaffold exposure.

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Risk Control Service Strategy for Lock Out Tag Out, Jim Newberry

In risk control there are a good number of high risk operations that we encounter, but not all risk control representatives have the same technical expertise or background. This service guide is designed to help the novice evaluate LOTO while visiting a client with a LOTO exposure. It also contains an obscure risk assessment for LOTO that is referenced in the OSHA standard, but difficult to find. This service guide is based on OSHA requirements.

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Preventing Falls from Heights through the Design of Embedded Safety Features, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)

Workers are at risk of falling during initial construction, and after completion during operation, maintenance, renovation, and demolition of buildings. Facility features associated with falls include floor and roof edges, elevated platforms, ledges, atria, skylights, machine rooms, and ladders and stairways. The prevention through design approach would incorporate safety features into the building’s design, address fall hazards in construction plans, establish safety criteria for buying equipment, and communicate risks to building owners and facilities personnel rather than rely on other forms of protection such

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Streamlining Safety Operations Through Widespread Use of Mobility Tablets - VIDEO, Richard S. Baldwin and Jim Barry

Viewers will understand the process employed by a major construction firm to streamline safety and health administration through use of mobility tablets containing applications that allow one-time, real time recording of safety and health inspection information, behavioral safety observations and incident investigations, among other functions. From experience on Canadian and U.S. construction projects, the speakers will identify the keys to success and time savings with data entry and recording completed while on the project.

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The Human Dynamics of Safety 20 Safety-Management Errors with Simple Solutions - VIDEO, E. Scott Geller

Maintaining zero injuries requires widespread improvement in the human dynamics of organizational culture. However, safety leaders make serious mistakes that thwart employee engagement and optimization. This evidence-based presentation will define 20 of these errors and offer practical ways to overcome them, thereby enabling the achievement of an injury-free workplace.

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The Value of Vulnerability How to Help Your Workers Realize Their Risk - VIDEO, Anna H.L. Floyd and H. Landis Floyd, II

Creating a heightened risk perception is an imperative first step toward changing behavior. This session will describe the research on why this is true, provide examples of how to achieve it, and explain how to assess the effectiveness of your training programs in raising risk perceptions.

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Using Supervisor Safety Audits as a Leading Indicator -VIDEO, Anthony R. Schiavi

UUsing safety audits as a leading indicator will provide a safety tool to provide accountability and manage safety using supervisor safety audits. The safety audits concentrate in the safety observational area as well as show professionals how to integrate this program in a unionized environment.

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Work Site Stretching Programs - Five Key Processes for Continuous Improvement - VIDEO, Fred S. Drennan

Many progressive organizations offer on-site stretching programs to address MSDs and the aging, overweight, out-of-shape workforce. However, many fail to incorporate continuous improvement processes. This presentation shows five key processes necessary to sustain long term improvement in worker fitness and the discovery of a leading cause of chronic low back pain.

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