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By Tania Clarke
November 26th, 2015

9/10 Construction Sites Breaching Safety Rules

Ensuring the safety of your co-workers or employees is more than a responsibility; when it comes to the workplace, it’s a part of your job description! The fact is, every single injury or fatality should be treated like a major incident. Even one is too many. In Singapore, the Government has recently completed a major …

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By Tania Clarke
September 28th, 2015

Hazard Management – Paying it Forward

paying it forward … making your ripple of contribution wider than your immediate influence. Pay it forward is a testing the universe … taking action to help/support someone or an organisation without expecting any tangible return for your action … one is truly selfless in their action. We are awesome at managing hazards within our own workplace …

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Category: Checklist Best Practices
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By admin
August 19th, 2015

Editor's Pick: Heavy Vehicle Inspection Checklist

Vehicle inspections save lives according to research by the U.S Federal government. Every roadside inspection costs $3,281 in safety benefits (also taking into account lives saved, injuries and crashes avoided). Steve Keppler, Executive Director of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance believes that safety and vehicle inspections need to permeate every aspect of an organisation. With …

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By admin
August 3rd, 2015

A Checklist to Reduce Patient Safety Risk

Guest Post Brianna Cregan started her career in safety fueled by a personal interest as a young worker. After being exposed to a number of fatalities within the construction and fishing industry, Brianna realised that in many cases the company culture did not make safety a clear enough priority, especially for new or inexperienced employees. Through …

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By admin
July 27th, 2015

Checklist for a Checklist

With so many checklists in the world, 54,000 just in our iAuditor public library; it’s hard to know what goes into making a checklist that actually works. Atul Gawande (author of Checklist Manifesto) has dedicated years studying their effectiveness. He created…a checklist for a checklist, a logical step by step process to making a checklist. …

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By admin
July 22nd, 2015

Editor's Pick: Inspection Template

Finding the right checklist can be time-consuming, so we’re shining the spotlight on our favourites, so you can get on with the job! This weeks Editor’s Pick is: World Health Organization Surgical Safety Checklist Industry: Health Services Author: World Health Organization The WHO Surgical Safety Checklist was developed after extensive consultation aiming to decrease errors …

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By admin
June 24th, 2015

Be cautious of normalization

Why workplace accidents tend to happen late in a project We all know some jobs carry a higher risk than others. Often when we start a job, task or activity we are aware and cautious of this risk. As time goes on, many of us become comfortable, with a false sense of security of the …

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By admin
June 15th, 2015

Safe surgery saves lives

It’s hard to imagine a simple checklist could save a life. Here at SafetyCulture we believe it can. The World Health Organization (WHO) started a global initiative ‘Safe Surgery Saves Lives’ in an effort to reduce the number of surgical deaths across the world. Patient safety is a serious global public health issue. WHO reports …

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By admin
March 26th, 2015

Medical Inspection Checklists: protecting patient safety

Human error can be defined as ‘any mental or physical activity, or failure to perform activity, that leads to either an undesired or unacceptable outcome.’

Human error is inevitable and we are all vulnerable to it. In the medical industry, human error can potentially lead to harmful outcomes.

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By admin
March 24th, 2015

Home Inspection Checklist: How to get the most out of your inspection

Home inspections are an important part of buying or selling a house. The buyer needs to know what condition the house is in, while the seller may like to know if their house is in a good enough condition to sell. This is where a home inspection checklist comes in.

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