Myths Of Behavior Observation Safety

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19 min read Behavior observation means workers watch out for each other. Safety expert Marc McClure shatters myths, tells of reducing incidents with his staff by 80 percent. Marc manages 350 people as Divisional Safety Manager at electrical contractor IES Commercial & Industrial in Grand Island, Nebraska. Marc dispels these fables in this podcast: Myth: “Behavior observation is about placing blame.” Myth: “I can’t use stop-work because the whole job would shut down.” Myth: “Observation process is just …

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