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Are Workplace Homicides Growing?

Are Workplace Homicides Growing?

Violence, or even homicides, in the workplace are something we all hear about from time to time, but never really think it could happen to us. The violence is sometimes directed at an individual (such as an overbearing boss or abusive co-worker) but sometimes it seems random. As much as we’d all like to think otherwise,

Tony Ferraro | December 1, 2013 | Safety | Workplace Safety



How to Hire a Safety Consultant

How to Hire a Safety Consultant

Hiring a safety consultant is an important task for any growing organization. Whether the position is being opened up because of specific safety concerns, or strictly as a preventative measure, it is important to take the time to make sure you’re hiring the right person for the job. While there are many things that need

Tony Ferraro | November 25, 2013 | Safety | Workplace Safety


Why Use a Checklist for Your Inspections?

Why Use a Checklist for Your Inspections?

Performing inspections is one of the most important jobs of a safety manager. Even in cases when the actual inspections aren’t directly performed by the safety manager, he or she will still be responsible for reviewing the results and taking action where necessary. Unfortunately, for many facilities, an inspection ends up being little more than a

Tony Ferraro | September 9, 2013 | Safety | Continuous Improvement, Facility Efficiency, OSHA, Regulations & Compliance, Workplace Safety






4 Tips to Improve Workforce Efficiency within Your Warehouse

4 Tips to Improve Workforce Efficiency within Your Warehouse

Improving workforce efficiency is an important task of any warehouse manager. According to a recent survey most managers recognize the fact that their facility is not running at optimal efficiency, but they feel there is little they can do about it. While most warehouse managers may know that their facility is not running as it

Tony Ferraro | July 26, 2013 | 5S, Continuous Improvement, Kaizen, Safety | Continuous Improvement, Facility Efficiency, Lean Manufacturing


Human Errors Cause Equipment Failures

Human Errors Cause Equipment Failures

No matter what industry one is working in, all facilities are run by a combination of people and machines. While this is the only way to get work done, it is also the source of endless problems. One of the biggest problems, and the most expensive, in a facility is when there are equipment failures

Tony Ferraro | July 25, 2013 | Safety | Facility Efficiency, TPM