August 2014

Safety, Security and Environment Supplement

Understanding people helps reduce safety risks in the workplace

It’s fair to assume that most employers strive to deliver quality results and maintain high safety standards in their plant operations. Recent research has shown that employing staff who share th..

Ford, G., TalentClick Workforce Solutions

It’s fair to assume that most employers strive to deliver quality results and maintain high safety standards in their plant operations. Recent research has shown that employing staff who share the organization’s safety attitudes and behaviors strongly contributes to incident and injury prevention. Charlie Morecraft is an example of a worker who did not share the same safety values as his then employer, Exxon oil refineries. Mr. Morecraft worked as a refinery operator; he had been with the company for over 15 years and had experience in all refinery areas. In management’s eyes, Mr. Morecraft was a good employee who worked hard, met his marks and often undertook overtime shif

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