The construction industry is no different, and an effective induction can mean the difference between a safe and hazardous worksite. A busy construction site can present many potential dangers and showing someone the ropes isn’t always enough to avoid tragedy.
During the initial phases of implementing checklists, across nearly every industry, there is opposition. It’s disconcerting to think that after years of training in a particular field and after all the experience that we’ve amassed at our jobs, they could be reduced to something as simple as a check
The transformation has been a critical shift in an industry where safety is the number one priority. Using checklists has made all the difference in this industry and aircraft accidents have been on a steady decline since the 1980’s, when checklists were developed for flight crews.
Checklists are a powerful tool to keep you running a quality operation. Good checklists, however, take time and effort to build. In our ‘Build Better Checklists’ series, we’ll show you tips and tricks to build great checklists and help you develop good habits.
Digital processes are revolutionizing the customer experience. To stay current, retailers need to modernize their processes and optimize their success with acquiring new customers.
In order to elicit real change within an organization, like change in safety behavior, you must get buy in from each individual employee. By focusing on implementing new tools or processes, we can sometimes forget that addressing behavioral change is the the way to decrease safety incidents.
You’re no longer using paper for project management, invoicing or to communicate with all the stakeholders involved in your business. Why would you continue to use paper checklists for safety or quality assurance?
Every 15 seconds, one worker dies and 160 are injured around the world from work related incidents. 90 per cent of the construction industry still use paper checklists to perform their inspections and have been slow to adopt new innovative technology.
International standards make things work. They provide world-class specifications for products, systems and services. ISO is the International Organisation for Standardisation and for some industries, such certifications are required by law. The international body creates standards to ensure quality, safety and efficiency. ISO has more than 19,500 international standards that cover almost every industry. They impact everyone …
Safety management app iAuditor could be the answer to high injury rates in Australian supermarkets. The ASX:100 Safety Spotlight report says that Australia’s big three supermarket chains are recording some of the worst injury rates among Australia’s top 100 listed companies. iAuditor makes the checklist intelligent and is currently used by retailers such as Coles …
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