Certainty Blog

Outlining the Basic Goals for Safety and Health Programs

A safe workplace is a sound business – and a great place to look at reducing operating costs is to scrutinize your ‘safety’ in the workplace. OSHA has recently updated the Guidelines and Goals for Safety and Health Programs it first released 30 years ago, to reflect changes in the economy, workplaces, and evolving safety […]

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BBS for Improved Safety and a Great ROI

Designing a BBS Program for Improved Safety Performance and ROI

Since the inception of Behavioral Based Safety (BBS) in the early 1970s, many thousands of companies worldwide have implemented BBS programs as a means to reduce injuries, illnesses, human suffering and ultimately cost. However, like many other business performance improvement movements both prior to and since then, the success of BBS has had mixed results […]

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How much energy does it take to improve safety performance?

When it comes to managing safety performance through the use of safety data, garbage in equals garbage out (GIGO) and no amount of inconsistent, nonsensical, or incomparable safety data can help you manage safety performance comprehensively and effectively. That’s because a functional, responsive and continuously improving safety culture and safety management system relies on the […]

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