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Working Safety Staying in the Boat
Working Safety Some thoughts to get you started...
Working Safety "One of the most dangerous things you can do is turn up for work!" Dr Michael V. Manning
Working Safety "Safety is not an event, its a process." Michael Melnick
Working Safety "there's nothing that can't be sorted with risk assessment and nothing that can't be managed with co-operation." Ciaran McAleenan
Working Safety So how do you work safety? Well lets see...
Working Safety Know the risks Manage the risks Learn from accidents Note: Examine each one sequentially
Working Safety Know the risks Ask yourself...
Working Safety Where is the harm in it? What is being done about it? Is it enough? Know the risks
Working Safety Manage the risks Ask yourself...
Working Safety Manage the risks What needs to be done? Who is responsible? Get on with it.
Working Safety Learn from accidents Ask yourself...
Working Safety What went wrong? How did it happen? What lessons can we learn? Learn from accidents
Working Safety "Nothing changes, if nothing changes." Ernie Larsen …and finally;
Working Safety Safety is everyone's business
Working Safety Work it. So...
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