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By Kerry Needs
June 28th, 2021

Information overload? Time to tap into tech.

If you’re one of those people with a never-ending to-do list, you’re not alone. Perhaps you spend all day ticking off items at work, only to find you’re still writing lists when you get home, too. The pandemic has placed us all on high alert. To anticipate the unexpected, mitigate risk, and be constantly on …

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By Kerry Needs
February 8th, 2021

How To Get Your Team To Collaborate In Tracking Issues and Risks

How do you work together to provide a culture of safety in your organization? If your workforce is distributed, it can be a challenge. Perhaps you’re finding that you’re having to re-version or timestamp certain inspections, or your audits aren’t being shared with every member of the team that needs to see them. Or maybe …

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Category: iAuditor Tips
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By Kerry Needs
February 3rd, 2021

7 Mistakes Companies Make When Managing Safety Protocols

Managing safety protocols is always a complex undertaking. With COVID-19 in the mix, a lot of health and safety jobs just got harder to navigate. How can organizations avoid compliance pitfalls? Here’s what NOT to do… 1. Switching software Are your auditing and safety checks just too complex? If you use various systems and apps …

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Category: Checklist Best Practices
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By Kerry Needs
December 16th, 2020

Festive Checklists To Help You Celebrate Safely This Holiday Season

Happy holidays from all of us at SafetyCulture!  No doubt it will be a different December for most of us. We’ve been separated for most of the year, but this month brings festive tidings all the same. You may be a manager organizing a socially distanced initiative to thank your employees for their hard work. Or …

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By Kerry Needs
December 14th, 2020

The 6 Best Ways Businesses Reinvented Themselves in 2020

As the radius of normal life constricted this year, businesses had to adapt quickly. Creative solutions were fostered to serve their customers where they were – in parks, in open spaces, and in the comfort of their own homes. These businesses were able to take a fresh look at a difficult situation, and respond flexibly …

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By Kerry Needs
December 4th, 2020

Meet TJ McReynolds: General Manager at Snooze Eatery, Kansas City

Snooze Eatery is a popular chain of restaurants in the US with 43 locations. Snooze opened their first location in 2006 in the heart of downtown Denver. They have since grown exponentially, with a 44th restaurant on the way in the next month.  Snooze Kansas City opened just a month before COVID-19 wreaked havoc on …

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By Kerry Needs
November 30th, 2020

Build resilience with Captain “Sully” Sullenberger’s approach to safety

At SafetyCulture Virtual Summit 2020, pilot Captain Chesley Sullenberger, or Captain ‘Sully’ as he’s also known, offered up a thought-provoking quote: “Blame is the enemy of safety. It misses opportunities to learn” When a flock of geese struck the engines of Flight 1549 that fateful afternoon, there was no time to assign blame — only …

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By Kerry Needs
November 20th, 2020

Communicating clearly through the challenges of COVID-19

Disruptive is a word many businesses might use to describe 2020 so far. It’s been a scramble for workplaces to get the right Health and Safety communications in place after COVID-19 disrupted the world as we knew it. Every business needed to gather information, pivot their processes, and distribute critical communications at a moment’s notice.  …

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By Kerry Needs
November 13th, 2020

The Art of Risk in Sport and Entertainment: A Conversation with Craig Tiley, CEO of Tennis Australia

Craig Tiley is no stranger to risk. Joining Tennis Australia as CEO, Craig Tiley had a bold vision for the future of the sport – and one that was unique in his industry. He envisaged transforming a sports event into a world-leading entertainment event with sport at its core. It would appeal to a broader …

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By Kerry Needs
November 10th, 2020

Captain “Sully” Sullenberger | 208 Seconds: A Lifetime of Lessons

Best known as the Captain of US Airways Flight 1549, Chesley Sullenberger (better known as Captain “Sully”) has dedicated his entire adult life to the pursuit of safety. In 2009, Sully became a hero overnight on that flight out of LaGuardia Airport. The aircraft struck a flock of geese, damaging the plane’s engines. Thinking on …

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