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The relationship between a company and a contractor consultant needs be one of trust, transparency and all about the customer to be successful. Find out how one person handled it when it was not.
When you constantly move your line in the sand it is hard to be taken seriously and the flip flopping doesn’t help your credibility as a leader.
At the Wile E. Coyote school of safety, they constantly defy the laws of physics, perverse the rules of nature and live in animated immortality. But in our world, reality can be grim
“I have yet to meet a maintenance manager who is worth his salt actually need to read a manual but I’ve also seen”
There is a reason this is our most-read article. A warehouse manager’s worst nightmare and you should be aware of it.
The Secret Killer In Your Warehouse – A must-read for everyone who works in a warehouse whether Manager, Supervisor or employee. The life you save could be your own.
ARE YOU PREPARED?
The next big earthquake or any other natural disaster is on the way as it’s a matter of when not if. When it happens to give your family and yourself and a better chance of survival make sure to have your emergency kit together and ready! Read how – Are You Prepared
Dead is Forever! So why spend one minute longer dead then necessary. Greatly reduce your time dead by following witzshared.com to learn how to survive on the job.
I’m concerned that not enough of us are prepared and ready. There have been quite a few natural disasters all over the country in the last year. Hurricanes, floods, fires, earthquakes, tornadoes not to mention Man-made disasters or near disasters like Oroville Dam in California.
Large cities like NYC have fabulous central commands staffed with well-trained people directing other well trained, dedicated folks, ready and able to respond to any emergency. Smaller cities do not have that luxury and even with the heroic efforts of first responders, emergency services can be quickly overwhelmed.
In my town with a population of 121,300 living within 49.5 sq. miles, on any given shift there are only 21 firefighters on duty. That’s 21 to safely handle house fires, car crashes, grass fires, and other emergencies. Throw in an earthquake and now you have 21 firefighters resorting to triage to handle the hundreds of calls that will pour into 911. They can’t count on immediate backup from the other shifts due to the poor conditions of the roads and bridges as many of them live out of town. Mutual aid will not arrive as they’ll be too busy with their own town’s emergencies.
That’s why you need to put an emergency kit together. Make it a family project with each member pitching in. This is also not just for the home but your place of work or your business should also have an emergency kit that everyone knows about. Earthquakes have no clock. Stock it well and keep an eye on expiration dates.
DON’T MISS READING – A Surefire way to improve your chances of survival –Emergency Kit
Join us as we take a journey on the Green Brick Road of Safety along with machine operator Dorothy and discover that there is no great secret when it come to workplace safety and you are just as much a part of the solution. Learn how to identify hazards and the proper ways to correct them in The Complete Guide to Warehouse Safety Part 4. This series is great for the beginner or someone thinking about entering the field of manufacturing and warehousing and for you seasoned veterans, it’s always good to look at different ideas and points of view.