How to make sure your contracts are respected?

When it comes to contracting critical jobs that require finicalness and attention to details, you need to make sure that you`ve included the details in the tender and the contractor has the understanding and the competency to do what is required. When put into words, it seems an easy job but the real-life experience provesContinue reading “How to make sure your contracts are respected?”

Talk the talk, walk the walk! (or not?)

Most probably the most simple looking, but definitely the hardest to accomplish for  anyone is to talk and walk the same. Whenever it comes to the culture things, you`ve also noticed that the complaints always come to  a point where everyone involved complains about how the managers / leaders are not applying what they actually areContinue reading “Talk the talk, walk the walk! (or not?)”

Are you too safe as an organization, that you slowly start to neglect safety?

I think this happens to anyone working for a support function. As the results get better, you suddenly find yourself as the cast alone where all of your demands started to be neglected. No longer your expertise is the focus area of the company as other areas becomes emerging issues and day by day, youContinue reading “Are you too safe as an organization, that you slowly start to neglect safety?”

How a coven of vampires changed the fate of a multi-national company?

When you have read the title, all of you thought that famous phrase, right? Wtf… is he talking about? Please read a little more and judge me again, I am hoping that this little true story will lighten your day! I am a nerd, always have been and always will be. When I was aContinue reading “How a coven of vampires changed the fate of a multi-national company?”

Why Less is More and how it is connected to Safety?

“Yet do much less, so much less, Someone says, … So much less! Well less is more,… I am judged.” It was the first time when I was introduced to the concept of “Less is More” by the poetry “Andrea del Sarto” of Robert Browning. I loved the concept and started to implement it inContinue reading “Why Less is More and how it is connected to Safety?”

OVER STANDARDIZATION

When it comes to doing business, it is always about speed, agility, efficiency, and to be able to market the product as soon as possible with minimum cost. These criteria make the standardization a necessity and more and more, you are seeing copycat facilities popping up all around the world. Although the copycat designs shortenContinue reading “OVER STANDARDIZATION”

Total Framework of Success!

How do you define yourself as successful? What it means to be a successful man? Would it make you successful if your achievements and accomplishments are to be admired and recognized by everyone? Well, I think the definition is not objective but a little subjective. The recognitions, awards, and praises do emphasize the feeling ofContinue reading “Total Framework of Success!”

Object Detection in Augmented Reality and its uses in Safety

People who are into technology very well knows the advantages of using augmented reality tools in their mobile devices. Tools that are giving you a good estimation of dimensions of an object, helping people to put 3D designed objects into environments, games that is designed to give the player a more in depth combination ofContinue reading “Object Detection in Augmented Reality and its uses in Safety”

Can trivia Apps be the solution to H&S trainings?

Well, I am not sure if anyone is doing some research on this subject but in our days, gamification becomes a lethal issue and it seems as if no one has any time for an old fashioned face to face safety training. The business is making people more and more busy each day. The everContinue reading “Can trivia Apps be the solution to H&S trainings?”

A near-miss, a lack of management of change, an unnecessary initiative, ignorence, and life at risk…

Today, the subject for me is about how important it is to be in the moment, to dive into deep, and go till you hit the bone and find the root cause. I was in a visit a couple of months back, when I came across the scene that you will see in the pictureContinue reading “A near-miss, a lack of management of change, an unnecessary initiative, ignorence, and life at risk…”