How Much Is Too Much?
This week I've been talking about the sheer amount of paperwork that is being generated in the safety industry. I did two videos on the topic- check them out at: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/icam-investigation_icam-safetywise-icamtraining-activity-6637482263800057856-xZkj And also- https://www.linkedin.com/posts/icam-investigation_icam-safetywise-icamtraining-activity-6638159181167845376-POjl Whilst we know that paperwork is needed in many instances, how much is really need
Attaching Incentives to Safety KPI's Is Unhealthy
This week I've been discussing the challenge when organizations attach an incentive, such as a monetary bonus, to safety-related KPI's. Check it out at- https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6634908104616173568/ Don't get me wrong. I'm all for any program that reduces the number of incidents in the workplace. What I'm against is the manipulation of data to protect the incentive. So what exactly do I mean? Example 1: There is a KPI in place to reduce the number
No, it's not safety first
Earlier this week I posted a somewhat controversial video where I talked about the fact that safety isn't first, and shouldn't be. Check it out below- https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6632412980518715392/ At the time of writing this, the video has had over 2200 views and numerous comments, reshares and other discussions generated by others that have referenced my thoughts shared. So let me clarify a bit more because I'm certain there's many out there who a