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Food Safety Culture Creating a Behavior-Based Food Safety Management System By Frank Yiannas
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The main reason I decided to write this book is simple. It’s because I wish I could have known 20 years ago (when I started my career in food safety) what I know now. The concepts I will share... More > with you in this book are not generally taught in food science curriculums.< Less
Safety V2.5 By Brian Stretton & Paul Stretton
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The future of Health and Safety Management. Safety I says improvement comes from learning from accidents and incidents. Safety II says improvement comes from learning from when things go well.... More > The world has changed beyond recognition over the past fifty years, but our approach to workplace safety hasn't kept pace. It is impossible to have a culture of continuous improvement with a management system based around failure avoidance. Safety v2.5 asks us to start over with fresh eyes and explore new ideas. How can safety management become fit for the modern workplace?< Less
Dysfunctional Practices That Kill Your Safety Culture By Timothy Ludwig
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A man finds himself on the top step of a step ladder; a woman removes the guard to her machine; a worker is not wearing her safety glasses in the plant; a roustabout uses the wrong sized clamp... More > instead of retrieving the right tool from the supply truck; a supervisor teaches a new worker to take short cuts; a mechanic climbs on top of the active machine to find the oil leak. Why do these folks do these things? Is it because they are stupid? Our tendency is to blame workers and label their personal failings as the cause of safety errors. Labeling does not solve problems that cause error. It is an illusion of human perception leading us to false conclusions resulting in dysfunctional practices that hurt the safety of our workers and the effectiveness of the systems we put in place to protect them. Learn a better way to analyze the behaviors of your employees to understand how they were put in a position to take the risk in the first place.< Less
Dysfunctional Practices By Timothy Ludwig
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Our tendency is to blame workers and label their personal failings as the cause of safety errors. Labeling does not solve problems that cause error. It is an illusion of human perception leading us... More > to false conclusions resulting in dysfunctional practices that hurt the safety of our workers and the effectiveness of the systems we put in place to protect them. Learn a better way to analyze the behaviors of your employees to understand how they were put in a position to take the risk in the first place.< Less
Moments of Impact By Tom Wilson
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Moments of Impact is the true story of Tom Wilson, the sole survivor of a plane crash that killed seven others. Badly burned and alone on a mountainous uninhabited island in British Columbia on a... More > cold November day, Tom had the fight of his life on his hands. Join Tom on this journey as he shares his story of survival, spirituality, and the search for meaning in the face of disaster, and his newfound quest to make the world a safer place. This book is a must read for anyone interested in safety and behavior change.< Less
Pet Ownership - Are You Ready? By Susan Fadler
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Pet Ownership - Are You Ready? asks important questions about the responsibility of pet ownership. Dogs on the Navajo Reservation are seen wandering about, starving and sometimes sick. Why is this... More > allowed to happen? Who is responsible? What exactly is a pet? Culturally, how is the dog viewed? Can these problems be overcome? These are some of the questions asked in this animal based curriculum which is part of the RUFF Program, Reservations Unwanted Four-Footed Friends. Students examine different social issues and asked what they could do. Responsibility is discussed as well as health issues and diseases that can be spread from unhealthy dogs and cats. Questions such as; what makes a good pet? What is not a good pet? How important is it to vaccinate a pet? How important is safety for humans and pets? These questions are asked and used as prompts to encourage cooperative thinking. Along with problem solving skills this is a great way to teach social studies and the ability to bring a change in attitude.< Less
ANIMAL BODY LANGUAGE By Susan Fadler
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Animal Body Language is part of the R.U.F.F. Program, innovative animal based teaching. This curriculum was developed after children were bitten by dogs running around Chinle. One little boy ended up... More > with a scar from the top of his forehead angled down to his chin. He had crawled under a trailer and tried to pet a dog and was savagely bitten in the face. This small boy had his life forever changed from this horrible incident. Something had to be in the schools to help the children understand more about dog behavior to avoid incidents like this. This curriculum is complete and has thematic unit tie-ins in social studies, language, behavior, safety issues, reading, art, writing and drama. There are suggested student activities that involve games, quizzes, animal behavior board set-up ideas, journal and creative writing. Animals helped extrapolate expressions of emotions and incorporated self-esteem where all else had failed. It teaches responsible behavior that proved extremely effective. www.ruffprogram.com< Less
Telematics and its advantages for fleets by Metropolitan Wireless International By Walter McClung
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Properly implementing telematics is necessary nowadays because it could increase driver safety and productivity. Many companies also regard this technology as a competitive advantage. Enforcing... More > policies, modifying driver behavior, and reducing fuel costs are some of the major advantages of telematics technology, based on reviews made by MWI Consultants.< Less
Metropolitan Wireless International: Telematics and its advantages for fleets By Meyer Hoover
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Properly implementing telematics is necessary nowadays because it could increase driver safety and productivity. Many companies also regard this technology as a competitive advantage. Enforcing... More > policies, modifying driver behavior, and reducing fuel costs are some of the major advantages of telematics technology, based on reviews made by MWI Consultants.< Less
SCIENCE LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY By DOMINIC MAGUT
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Modern trends in laboratory technology require technician and technologists with knowledge in scientific concepts, who are able to gather, analyze and synthesis scientific information ,using... More > laboratory instruments and techniques , and at the same time maintaining high organizational and safety standards . Science Laboratory technologists and technicians study and analyze the chemical, biological or physical composition and behavior of matter through experiments in the laboratories . they are the personnel responsible for all laboratory-based tasks, which include sampling, testing, measuring, recording and analyzing results in biological, chemical, physical and life sciences. They also provide all the required technical support to enable the laboratory to function effectively whilst adhering to correct procedures and health and safety guidelines.< Less