Everyone has a different view of what quality management means, and everyone is probably correct, writes Bill Coetzee. Quality is as contagious as a smile.
There are many ‘safety recruitment’ human resources services offering psychometric testing, but we should rather manage safety culture.
Resilience is the capability of a system to maintain its function/structure in the face of changes and to degrade gracefully when it must, writes Max Geyer.
Construction culture change would attract women, and gain form their ability to multi-task.
Health and safety culture and leadership at the Eskom Medupi power station construction site is compromised by stressors, errors, BEE, and politics.
World Day for Safety and Health at Work on 28 April promotes a safety culture to help reduce the number of occupational fatalities, injuries, and diseases.
Safety psychologist David Broadbent explores the anatomy of industrial disasters, and strategies to diagnose and prevent them.
What are the industrial disaster lessons from multi-fatal incidents such as Texas City plant, Deepwater Horizon, and from major safety conferences?
South Africa is not big on occupational health culture and wellness management, indicating an unhealthy, uncaring and reactive paradigm.
An large employer is using behavior-based principles to nudge behavior towards a health and safety culture, said She official Charlotte Sieberhagen.
Risk tolerance should be a constant value, but it is often just an attitude or priority, and work priorities change.
Cultural diversity does not imply enforcing a melting pot or values, but individuals adding their values to an organisation, writes Mabila Mathebula.
The long platinum mining strike of 2014 has many health, safety and corporate culture consequences, writes Mabila Mathebula.
Every organisation has a general risk tolerance, and some have a killer culture. Watch out for confidential or fake health and safety data.
A study of unsafe conditions at work in the USA found that lack of health and safety communication and culture of silence remained silent killers.
The importance of a safety culture gained prominence after the Chernobyl disaster, writes safety culture change specialist Dr Brett Solomon.
Everyone on site has a legal and moral responsibility for preventing accidents at work, but the dice are loaded against stopping production on gut feeling.
The outcome of the investigation into the New Zealand Pike River mining disaster revealed how a company with a killer culture could escape justice.
Risks have to be eliminated, or transferred, or managed, but never ignored. This article unpacks risk tolerance.
Safety culture assessment measures your ability to prevent disasters, injuries, and losses, but many people misunderstand the term, safety culture.