Monthly Archives: May 2016

Behavior moulding to attain health and safety

Human beings are born bare by nature, with no competence, knowledge, information, awareness or any skill. They are moulded for any trade by the society or by self-effort so as to suit to the requirements needed for the job to be performed safely and efficiently; or for suiting to any situation or exposure with safe and healthy conduct.

Role of Publications as Information Gateways

With increasing digital advancement, the printed press is facing continuous challenges. This advancement cannot be stopped, yet for many holding a publication in hand has a completely different charm. Just like meeting someone in person has a different impact then talking to the same person on phone.

Ensuring larger reach in lesser time

The very first objective of any safety management system is “zero accidents”, thus all the plans and procedures are driven by this very commitment. The harsh reality is, after all the efforts and hard works, accidents do occur. Hence every safety management system paradoxically also prepares for “What If, It still Occurs” and the answers to this question leads to something known as emergency planning in technical terms and allowing the information to propagate in a faster way to a larger mass.

Best Practices to Help People Work Smarter

Imagine you have ordered a washing machine for your home, but when it arrives and you unbox it, the instructions manual is missing from the box. What happens then, if you try to install and run it without an instruction manual? It is difficult and there are chances that you make a mistake.

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