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Listen for a quick dose of inspiration and education to help improve the safety culture of your business. A respected leader in benchmarking the best-in-practice Behavioral Safety programs, Dr. Timothy Ludwig has over 30 years experience engaging in foundational research in Behavioral Science. Connect with him to achieve your Safety Culture Change.
 
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This podcast is the safety meeting you wish you were in. Matt and Joe speak frankly on what safety really is and are not afraid to tell it how it is. Although they do talk about the various aspects of safety and many differing safety programs, they make it interesting. Many tips and tricks of the trade are reviewed and discussed. This podcast is intended to enrich and inspire others to generate better safety cultures and improve the bottom line for their companies. This podcast uses the foll ...
 
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Matt and Joe discuss the many ways to build the foundation of a new culture. It all starts with values. what is valuable to your team and your organization. Joe and Matt bring up different ways in which a team can discuss their values and how to express them. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podco…
 
Matt and Joe explain the importance of having a one on one. Leadership entails motivating and guiding you direct reports on a continuous improvement plan. They discuss how one on one's should be approached, how to plan for one and how to create alignment. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.c…
 
Trust is the #1 decider in the effectiveness of a leader. When direct reports do not trust in a leader, the culture suffers. Matt and Joe discuss why trust is an important characteristic in leader. They talk about how to build trust and the signs that your trust has been comprimised. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis…
 
Matt and Joe chat about the various things to consider when making a critical decision. Decision making skills is important to any supervisor or skill. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacyโดย Powerhouse Podcasting
 
Books books and more books. Matt and Joe talk about one of their favorite subjects, reading. It is well know that leaders are readers, but what should you be reading? Matt and Joe talk about a whole laundry list of books they have read and encourage you to submitt some of your favorite books. This podcast uses the following third-party services for…
 
Being able to delegate your authority is important as a leader in a safety role. Matt and Joe explain what delegation is and how to properly assert your authority and give it to others. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy…
 
Matt and Joe continue their discussion on how to elevate your skills to make the move from entry level to mid-level. Code switching and the rubber duck debugging concepts are detailed. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy…
 
We are still wrapping up our season of entry level safety advice. We talk about safety "titles" and the soft skills needed in safety leadership. We also cover bettering yourself for you not your company. Identifying a mentor to help guide your soft skills and safety porpoise a beer designed with safety in mind. This podcast uses the following third…
 
As temperatures begin to rise, so do heat-related incidents. Matt and Joe discuss practical changes to heat-illness programs to effictively change the ebhaviors of employees. Proper nutrition, dietary changes and culture changes are discussed. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy C…
 
Matt and Joe talk about some basic tips on making the mindset shift from an entry-level technician to the mid-level advisor. This three part series begins with the two discussing how to change the mindset from only focusing on safety to broaden the picture. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn…
 
Matt and Joe discuss how so many meetings and tailgates can go wrong. Tips and advise are given on how to begin becoming a presenter. Matt and Joe also converse about topic knowledge and personal experiences. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/pr…
 
Matt and Joe discuss various ways someone can get their foot in the door or how they can leverage their current positions into a Safety role. The guest Brett Mosely of American Safety Services (CA) & Signal Safety Services (TX) explains how his company finds and develops safety professionals. A conversation about the types of services his company p…
 
Matt and Joe discuss the various ways of conducting audits. They explain how different mindsets can change the flow of job site audits and the implecations of missing critical criteria. Several real-life auditing techniques are introduced and explained to aid entry-level professionals. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analys…
 
Matt and Joe have a previous guest come back on the podcast and explain how he passed his CSP and the road map he used. Further discussion of other certifications also takes place. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy…
 
Matt and Joe are back after a short hiatus. Due to some unforeseen circumstances, Matt and Joe had to delay some recordings. They are back and re-energized and are talking about winter work conditions. Vehicle accidents, seasonal affective disorder and many other topics are discussed in this episode. This podcast uses the following third-party serv…
 
In this episode we get back to the topic of getting your first safety job. Many people find it difficult to enter a safety career without safety experience but don't realize that safety experience is where you make it. We talk about careers that lead to safety and how to relate things in your current job to relate to safety. This podcast uses the f…
 
Matt and Joe are back assisting new safety professionals in understanding how to read regulations. Interpreting regulations is one of the most difficult aspect of the safety profession and Matt and Joe explains great tips on how to properly sort out common regulatory problems. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podco…
 
Matt and Joe discuss the many pitfalls entry level safety professionals face when they get their foot in the door. This conversation details many techniques on how to provide more effective and long lasting trainings in the workplace. Matt and Joe also talk about how to establish a training schedule if you are starting in a place that has no traini…
 
Matt and Joe explain what BBS is and how they have seen if utilized in real world situations. Typical scenarios for entry-level safety professionals are discussed. Matt and Joe also dive deep into how the system should work and the many pitfalls that can cause a BBS program to fail. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:…
 
In this episode Joe and Matt dive into leading and lagging indicators for entry level safety professionals. They discuss examples of the metrics they have seen and used, the pros and cons of data, and how to use metrics to your benefit. Joe and Matt also explain how metrics can be used improperly and can create a bad safety culture. This podcast us…
 
Continuing with their focus on entry-level safety, Matt and Joe discuss what kind of skills are needed to get into the industry. Mangers can use this epidoes to identify weak areas within their business and entry-level employee can Idenfiy how they can enter the industry. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - …
 
Matt and Joe discuss the knowledge base that many entry-level professionals must have. This guide enables managers to understand what to look for in a candidate and informs prospective entry-level professionals on what knowledge to obtain prior to obtaining a position. Newly-minted safety professionals can use this guide to round out their abilitie…
 
Leadership, in the Safety Industry, is without a doubt the most important skill needed for success. Matt and Joe have a guest on that understands the impact good leadership can have on individual, groups and the company as a whole. The group discuss leadership abilities, skills and how to increase your influence among the many departments you may o…
 
Continuing from the previous weeks episode, Matt and Joe discuss the many certifications the Board of Certified Safety Professionals offer. The discuss why the BCSP was chosen and also discuss the differences in the many certifications that is offered and how they are perceived. Link to the blueprints below: https://www.bcsp.org/safety-certificatio…
 
A common question for any career how does someone get started or "get their foot in the door". So we dive into how we got into safety and some things we have learned along the way to help others start their safety career. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://cha…
 
SWAT (Stop Work Authority- Taken) Is a concept to help improve the safety of employees. The idea is that safety is no longer placed in the hands of safety professionals and is instead put into the employees hands. Matt and Joe discuss how SWAT is used, how to develop the culture needed for SWAT to thrive and how SWAT impacts a company's bottom line…
 
Matt and Joe are back with another guest who specializes in one aspect of the Environmental side of EHS. Dave Lee, Matt and Joe talk about Waste Management, Waste Streams, and Environmental Impact Reporting. Check out Dave's Podcast the Waves of Tech on all your podcast platforms. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: P…
 
Matt and Joe discuss the perils of working with cranes. Cranes are the most common tool used to lift thing into place. How these hazards interact with nearby crews, and several tips on working with cranes are discussed. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chart…
 
Work-related injuries are a part of being a safety professional. Matt and Joe explain how to properly manage "work-related" injuires and what to look out for as far as fraud. Tey give some good examples how a basic injury can become recordables and how to avoid some common pitfalls. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:…
 
How can we ensure mask wearing compliance in the work place? Enter the T.H.A.N.K.S. Conversation. Based in behavioral science, it utilizes the practical utility of the simple conversation to reinforce difficult behaviors and shape them to fluency over time. Listen to Dr. Ludwig walk us through a step-by-step example of how one of these behavior-cha…
 
Matt and Joe discuss the history of how the current safety culture got started since 1911. The triangle shirtwaist fire is chronicled as well as the development of NFPA 101 "The Life Safety Code". Joe's experience in firefighting reveals many tips of how to keep both work and home safe from damaging fires. This podcast uses the following third-part…
 
In this episode, you’ll hear from Dr. Ludwig as he explains the importance of ensuring we are instructing our front-line workers how to be ACTIVE in their health & safety efforts and not entirely focus on what they should NOT do. Dr. Ludwig has over 30 years of research and practice in behavioral approaches to safety where he integrates his empiric…
 
All safety professionals must understand how to work with customers. Often their requirements can vary widely amongst them and Matt and Joe discuss how to navigate the different requirements. Stephanie also joins the discussion to add how customer expectations are best managed. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podc…
 
Matt and Joe talk about the various types of Worker's Comp Insurance. Sean Barker details how Xmods are calculated, and explains what post-termination claims are and how to handle them. Class codes, debts & credits, and member-owned captive policies are also discussed. Sean Barker, CLCS (661) 283-8100: Office (661) 805-6606:Cell Barker@cliffordandb…
 
Fatigue in inevitable in our daily lives. Work, family, school, social events and many other demanding tasks cause us to feel tired. Matt and Joe discuss how fatigue affect workers and talk about the impacts it can have on the safety program of a company. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.c…
 
Matt and Joe have another guest in this week and discuss how C-Suite executives affect a company's safety culture. Several examples of what to do and, more importantly, what not to do when managers are involved. The impact managers have on a safety culture is detailed by David, our guest, and several rules of thumb are also explained. This podcast …
 
Matt and Joe explain what the Hierarchy of Controls are and how to incorporate them into accident investigations and presentations. Prevention Through Design is demystified and Matt explains how to control the hazards of a crocodile using the Hierarchy on Controls. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https:/…
 
Matt and Joe have a special guest with an interesting topic. Ryan Beckwith with the company A3 talks about the impact of true ergonomics. The intersection of body mechanics and OSHA regulations are discussed. He introduces a new safety program called Biomechanics Active Safety Ergonomics (B.A.S.E.). Ryan clarifies what the body's internal GPS is an…
 
After the Education Vs. Experience episode, a listener contacted the podcast and wanted to elaborate his thoughts on the subject. John enters the debate and explains his views of how how each side has their strengths and weaknesses. As the debate continues John has a surprise for Matt and Joe and the three of them explain why education or experienc…
 
A company's safety culture is one of the most impactful subjects within a safety management system. Matt and Joe discuss bad cultures, good cultures, and how to identify, at the field level, where a safety culture may be. Joe explains Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs and how to utilize the tool in everyday situations. This podcast uses the following thi…
 
In order for a consequence like punishment to be effective, we must come in contact with the consequence. Using threats in an attempt to avoid danger or damage are simply idle threats that can be a dysfunctional practice that kills your safety culture.โดย Dr. Timothy Ludwig
 
Accidents are an unfortunate part of every company. Often times safety professionals must select a method to investigate how the accident occured to discover root causal factors. Only then may we truly reduce the chance of the accident occuring again. In this episode Matt and Joe discuss many of the different methods of accident investigation and r…
 
In order for a consequence like punishment to be effective, we must come in contact with the consequence. Using threats in an attempt to avoid danger or damage are simply idle threats that can be a dysfunctional practice that kills your safety culture.โดย Dr. Timothy Ludwig
 
Matt and Joe are back debating a hotly contested topic. Is experience or education more important when discussing safety professionals? Each weigh in with their experience, perceptions, evidence based research and practical advise when looking to hire within the field. You can weigh in on the topic by sending an email to Thecultureofsafety@gmail.co…
 
Welcome to the show! The hosts, Matt and Joe, introduce themselves and talk about their experiences in the Safety and Health field. This introduction includes: war stories, insight and helpful tips that they hope you can use in your management of Safety and Health. They talk about the failure that was the first attempt at a safety podcast and how t…
 
By the time workers find themselves in a position to take risks, we have already lost. There were a whole host of behaviors, done by a host of other people, unaware they have participated in perfectly creating the conditions for workers to take risks. We need to discover the interlocking behaviors that lead to risk taking among Front Line Workers.…
 
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