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Which Change Management Model is the Best for Your Organization?
Change is hard. A change management plan can help to ensure risks are fully evaluated prior to implementing significant changes. This guide will help ensure you choose the right plan.
5 Repeatable Patterns for Safety Success
SafeStart has worked with tens of thousands of safety professionals over the last three decades and this guide summarizes the common problems they all have and what you can do to ensure you have success in safety.
The Safety-First Supervisor
Do your frontline supervisors reduce injuries and increase safety awareness among workers? Discover the key skills and knowledge that will turn your supervisors into safety champions.
How To Make Habits Stick
Most of what we do every day is habitual, so learning how to change or form new habits can be a game-changer in safety. Use this guide to help your employees learn how to do it effectively.
Helping Others Build New Habits
When it comes to helping others build better habits, you need to look beyond your own personal motivators to help them effect change. Use this guide to help your employees learn how to stay on the right path.
A Framework for Managing Human Factors
Discover a flexible framework that helps organizations take a holistic approach to workplace safety by connecting management, supervisors, and frontline workers in a practical system to manage human factors.
A Comprehensive Guide to Overcoming the Effects of Fatigue in the Workplace
Reducing the impact of fatigue involves many habit and lifestyle changes. But the results are worth it. For the workers' health and safety and for their personal lives.
Leading Towards Engagement: A Practical Guide for Supervisors and Managers
Safety requires an engaged workforce. The buck stops with the front-line manager. Use this guide to engage your team and improve their safety.
Seriously Funny: How to Use Humor in Safety
Take your standard safety presentation to the next level by introducing humor. Research has shown that humor can improve how you are perceived as a trainer—in addition to increasing participation, retention and overall enjoyment of the material.
Working at Heights
Falls from heights are the second-biggest cause of workplace fatalities. Discover why this problem isn’t going away and learn what you can do to protect workers at heights, whether they’re working 15 feet or 100 feet off the ground.
Over 60% of fatal car crashes happen because the driver is “lost in thought”. The same type of distraction causes problems in the workplace. Learn how to drive distraction away to reduce errors and injuries everywhere.
Even the most comfortable and stylish PPE isn’t always worn when it’s needed most. Discover the factors that affect whether employees wear PPE and find out what you can do to improve PPE compliance.
Slips, Trips and Falls
54% of slip, trip and fall incidents are caused by employee distraction. This guide outlines the major physical and human factors involved in slips, trips and falls and provides practical solutions to address this problem.
How do you protect against back pain? It requires a lot more than 15 minutes of instruction on safe lifting techniques. Deal with the real causes of back injuries and apply a few techniques to strengthen back safety.
Discover easy and effective ways to deliver better toolbox talks. Start engaging employees with safety meetings that work.
Safety Conference Guide
Whether you're new to attending safety conferences or you're a seasoned conference veteran, this guide contains tips on how to make the case to attend, which sessions to attend and what to do after the conference is over.
When used correctly, safety posters can be an incredibly effective communication tool in the workplace. Learn about the factors you need to consider when using safety posters. (There’s a lot more than you think!)