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Leading and Learning Through Safety

Mark A French

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Leading and Learning Through Safety

Leading and Learning Through Safety

Mark A French

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This podcast covers how safety can be an engaging aspect of organizational leadership through a review of current standards, news articles, and interviews. Mark aka The Safety Dude is a safety professional and organizational psychologist with a passion for engaging people.

Latest Episodes

Episode16

In Episode 16, we talk about violence in healthcare, news reporting of occupational issues, and how we would react in public to hearing about an injury.

41 MIN2019 DEC 8
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Episode16

Episode15HazCom

Podcast - Discussing Hazard Communication, Training, Mental Health, and OSHA Reporting

40 MIN2019 NOV 25
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Episode15HazCom

Episode14 PeopleFocused

In this episode, we talk about the OSHA multi-employer rules, hazard mitigation, root cause training, and a disturbing trend in industry. Managing a safety system has many components. The most important one is the interaction with our team and how we approach our people

35 MIN2019 SEP 20
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Episode14 PeopleFocused

2019Ep13LearningFromConferences

In Episode 13, we discuss the great educational topics from both the Tennessee and Kentucky Safety Conferences from earlier in the year. The programs ranged from virtual reality training, new items to buy, working and walking surfaces, and recordkeeping.

37 MIN2019 AUG 2
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2019Ep13LearningFromConferences

Ep12 TheTrialsWithTraining

In this podcast episode, we discuss the issues with creating a comprehensive training program. There are still opportunities to create robust and effective processes in safety training. How to do we engage with our teams and regulators to make it the best we can.

42 MIN2019 APR 5
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Ep12 TheTrialsWithTraining

11GeneralDutyClauseForktrucks

In episode 11, we discuss a ruling about a fork truck's path based on a 5(a)1 citation that was upheld. The OSHA General Duty Clause requires that workplaces provide an environment free of proposed serious harm. This ruling on fork lifts could impact other employers. Also, discussion on how the 5(a)1 used and interpreted.

41 MIN2019 MAR 29
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11GeneralDutyClauseForktrucks

10WhatsWrongWithRecordkeeping

In this episode, I discuss the OSHA recordkeeping law, and it's affect on organizations, employees, and cultures . . . or lack thereof. What can be done to help modernize and improve the way we record injuries?

43 MIN2019 MAR 22
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10WhatsWrongWithRecordkeeping

09 Lone Worker Safety

In this episode, we discuss lone worker safety. What are the best practices, technology, and policies for assuring the safety of lone workers. OSHA does not have much to say on the topic, but can we as those who care about safety do more to protect workers.

43 MIN2019 MAR 15
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09 Lone Worker Safety

08 Workplace Stress Effects on Safety

We talk about heat stress and new technology that could help employees in distress along with a discussion on lockout tagout and workplace stress.

42 MIN2019 FEB 18
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08 Workplace Stress Effects on Safety

07 Preparing for Safety in the Future

In this episode, we discuss the Frontline / NPR story "Coal's Deadly Dust", the improvements that have been seen in KY OSHA programs and injury rates as a state, and Powered Industrial Truck training per the OSHA 1910. #Safety #OSHA #Health #training #leadership #business

42 MIN2019 FEB 15
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07 Preparing for Safety in the Future

Latest Episodes

Episode16

In Episode 16, we talk about violence in healthcare, news reporting of occupational issues, and how we would react in public to hearing about an injury.

41 MIN2019 DEC 8
Comments
Episode16

Episode15HazCom

Podcast - Discussing Hazard Communication, Training, Mental Health, and OSHA Reporting

40 MIN2019 NOV 25
Comments
Episode15HazCom

Episode14 PeopleFocused

In this episode, we talk about the OSHA multi-employer rules, hazard mitigation, root cause training, and a disturbing trend in industry. Managing a safety system has many components. The most important one is the interaction with our team and how we approach our people

35 MIN2019 SEP 20
Comments
Episode14 PeopleFocused

2019Ep13LearningFromConferences

In Episode 13, we discuss the great educational topics from both the Tennessee and Kentucky Safety Conferences from earlier in the year. The programs ranged from virtual reality training, new items to buy, working and walking surfaces, and recordkeeping.

37 MIN2019 AUG 2
Comments
2019Ep13LearningFromConferences

Ep12 TheTrialsWithTraining

In this podcast episode, we discuss the issues with creating a comprehensive training program. There are still opportunities to create robust and effective processes in safety training. How to do we engage with our teams and regulators to make it the best we can.

42 MIN2019 APR 5
Comments
Ep12 TheTrialsWithTraining

11GeneralDutyClauseForktrucks

In episode 11, we discuss a ruling about a fork truck's path based on a 5(a)1 citation that was upheld. The OSHA General Duty Clause requires that workplaces provide an environment free of proposed serious harm. This ruling on fork lifts could impact other employers. Also, discussion on how the 5(a)1 used and interpreted.

41 MIN2019 MAR 29
Comments
11GeneralDutyClauseForktrucks

10WhatsWrongWithRecordkeeping

In this episode, I discuss the OSHA recordkeeping law, and it's affect on organizations, employees, and cultures . . . or lack thereof. What can be done to help modernize and improve the way we record injuries?

43 MIN2019 MAR 22
Comments
10WhatsWrongWithRecordkeeping

09 Lone Worker Safety

In this episode, we discuss lone worker safety. What are the best practices, technology, and policies for assuring the safety of lone workers. OSHA does not have much to say on the topic, but can we as those who care about safety do more to protect workers.

43 MIN2019 MAR 15
Comments
09 Lone Worker Safety

08 Workplace Stress Effects on Safety

We talk about heat stress and new technology that could help employees in distress along with a discussion on lockout tagout and workplace stress.

42 MIN2019 FEB 18
Comments
08 Workplace Stress Effects on Safety

07 Preparing for Safety in the Future

In this episode, we discuss the Frontline / NPR story "Coal's Deadly Dust", the improvements that have been seen in KY OSHA programs and injury rates as a state, and Powered Industrial Truck training per the OSHA 1910. #Safety #OSHA #Health #training #leadership #business

42 MIN2019 FEB 15
Comments
07 Preparing for Safety in the Future
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