Safety Awards Gala: Who’s Who – The jury

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Safety Awards Gala: Who’s Who – The jury

MADALINA GOGORICI MANAGER NATIONAL SECURITATE SI SANATATE IN MUNCA HOLCIM(ROMANIA) Cu o experiență de 20 de ani în domeniul industrial, Mădălina coordonează implementarea programului de management în ceea ce privește sănătatea și securitatea și activitățile de profil în fabricile și locațiile Holcim România, pentru aproximativ 800 de angajați. Anterior poziției din Holcim România, a deținut […]

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Safety Awards Gala: Who’s Who – The jury

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Safety Awards Gala: Who’s Who – The jury

ORLANDO SZASZ RENANIA’s FOUNDER Orlando Szasz entered the business world while still in college. He founded Renania alongside his brother and less than 7 years after its launch, Renania became the leader of the Romanian safety equipment market, a position maintained to this day. The Szasz brothers’ business results were celebrated in Top 500 Forbes […]

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Who, Not How

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Who, Not How

When most entrepreneurs (including me) face a challenge, our first reaction is to ask: “how do I solve this problem.” My coach, Dan Sullivan (CEO of Strategic Coach), taught me a powerful management shortcut for success. Don’t ask “how.” Instead, ask “who.” This blog explores that concept. It’s a summary from the podcast I do […]

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TOP 5 safety video amuzante şi neconvenţionale

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TOP 5 safety video amuzante şi neconvenţionale

Dacă aţi zburat cu avionul, cu siguranţă sunteţi familiarizaţi cu instructajul făcut la bord. Înainte de decolarea avionului, echipajul de cabină se poziţionează strategic şi fiecare însoţitor de bord începe să prezinte diferite instrucţiuni, care trebuie urmate în cazul, puţin probabil, producerii unui incident/accident aviatic. O voce sobră prezintă vesta de salvare, masca de oxigen, […]

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Construction’s most common medical conditions: What to do

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Construction’s most common medical conditions: What to do

From 2014 to 2017, some 80,000 construction workers reported suffering from a medical condition caused or made worse by their work. Lucy Alderson looks at the most common problems – and best practice for tackling them. Between 2014 and 2017, 3.5 per cent of the industry’s workforce suffered from a medical condition they believe was caused or made worse by their work, according to the […]

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Safety Barrier management in the Oil & Gas sectors

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Safety Barrier management in the Oil & Gas sectors

Improving productivity without jeopardising safety means Oil & Gas companies need much better control over uncertainty. To prevent accidents in the Oil & Gas and other industries, leaders need an accurate picture of their current and emerging risks, and their relative importance, to be able to deploy their resources effectively against them. Various paradigms have […]

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OSHA To Award $10.5M In Workplace Safety Training Grants

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OSHA To Award $10.5M In Workplace Safety Training Grants

The Susan Harwood Training Grants are available to nonprofit organizations and will fund workplace safety and health hazard training and education. On August 3, OSHA will publish announcements for Susan Harwood Training Grants funding opportunities for Targeted Topic Training Grants, Training and Educational Materials Development Grants, and Capacity Building Grants in the Federal Register. A total of $10.5 […]

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Nuclear experts voice safety concerns over pebble-bed reactors

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Nuclear experts voice safety concerns over pebble-bed reactors

German and US nuclear safety specialists say that the solid-fuel, high-temperature pebble-bed nuclear reactor soon to become operational in China may need additional features and an extended start-up phase. The HTR-PM is a small modular nuclear reactor being developed in China. It is a high-temperature gas-cooled (HTGR) pebble-bed generation IV reactor partly based on the […]

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