What is more precious to you than your health and safety?
|Do you know where you are going and where you have
been? To help identify unsafe conditions or practices and take action
to prevent additional incidents, a review of workplace injuries,
illnesses and accident investigations is necessary. Identifying how?
How often and what instrument will be used? Who is responsible to
ensure the review will occur? What records will be included? How will
corrective actions be documented and tracked?
SAFETY is a BASIC
Safety is a “need” of everyone, everywhere, and at all
ages. After our basic human needs of food, clothing and shelter have been
met, individuals must feel safe before they can progress and become
productive. (Consider how immobilized we were immediately after September
11, both at work and at home).
Abraham Maslow (1954) researched human motivation and
found that individuals have basic human needs. Each lower need must be met
before moving to the next higher level. After the basic psychological needs,
individuals need SAFETY. Only after “safety” is met, can individuals become
productive and well-balanced citizens.
MASLOW'S HIERARCHY OF
111 million workers in
7 million workplaces are affected by “safety.” Each of us wants to go to
work in one piece and return to our loved ones with “all our parts.” Plus,
workplace safety is only one-third of our day. Community and home safety are
concerns the other 16 hours of our day. Each of us makes decisions in our
daily lives that affect our future. Just one careless moment can trigger an
accident that will impact us, and our loved ones, the rest of our
lives…..physically, emotionally and financially.
SAFETY SAVES MONEY
Insurance fees are on the rise and workers’ compensation costs are just the
beginning. Some companies have found that for every $1 spent wisely on
safety, they realize a return of $3. Where else can you achieve a better ROI?
SAFETY PYRAMID of RISK
is a PASSION, a VALUE and a CULTURE
Individuals in manufacturing industries, hospitals and health care,
government agencies and service industries have all benefited from Dr.
Perry's enthusiastic spirit. She opens her audiences mind and heart to all
the possibilities of increased excellence. Audiences are challenged and
inspired to new ideas and approaches in improving their performance. Her
audiences are energized by her "can do" attitude and transfer their newly
gained skills into success.
After 25 years of expansive responsibilities Dr. Perry combines the
knowledge and skills necessary to succeed and is currently a much sought
after speaker, consultant, and trainer.