This is the world's simplest safety program. It represents the minimalist approach. If you want to know how little you can do and "get by," being able to answer these four questions is a good beginning point.
Pay attention to shoes at a crime scene—both yours and those around you.
No wonder a recent survey of North American employees found that 87 percent of respondents say their work/life balance is negatively affecting their health. If you’ve been killing yourself trying to achieve daily work/life balance, it may be a pipe dream.
Not only should it be required that all accidents or incidents be reported, they should also be evaluated by the departmental safety committee and discussed at departmental safety meetings.
Written documentation is essential when you’re learning something new, but being able to see a particular process and technique can really pull it all together.
We’ve all been there. A team member comes up to you with a “great idea.” Sometimes the idea is good, but maybe not great. Sometimes the idea has little merit. How do you respond in these situations without deflating the energies and passion of your team?
You can make your job more manageable by paying attention to the fundamentals. One of the most important things you can do is determine the equipment that is essential to your job.
The proper storage of chemicals has become a focal point of laboratory safety. We need to keep chemicals which are incompatible separated some reasonable distance from each other.
Finding and keeping good employees can be a manager's biggest challenge. This online employee turnover calculator can help assess the financial damage that high turnover can create in an organization.
A crime scene is really an accumulation of things that, when taken together and analyzed, tell the story of the crime. Through careful observation, a crime scene will actually "talk to you."
When people are trained to clean-up and put things away as soon as they are done using them, their work areas are safer, more spacious, and more productive.
The following tips will teach you how to turn your next meeting with conflicting employees into a productive conversation.
One of your biggest concerns in handling evidence at a crime scene should be safety. Find a way to secure evidence while also protecting yourself and others from dangerous objects.
Employers are responsible for providing personal protective equipment (PPE) such as safety glasses, goggles, face shields, gloves, lab coats, and bench top shields. Employees are responsible for using these devices.