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Motivating Health and Safety – is it all about money?
Back when I was a public employee working on promoting health and safety, a truth we took to be self-evident (and evidence-based nonetheless) was that success in workplace health and safety must start with the commitment of management at the … Continue reading
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The Health and Safety Catalyst
Catalyst: noun. 1. A substance, usually used in small amounts relative to the reactants, that modifies and increases the rate of a reaction 2. Someone or something that helps bring about a change. As health and safety professionals, we often try … Continue reading
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