Category Archives: Ethics

The Coming of Organizational Transparency: This is the Moment for OSH

The time is here for occupational safety and health professionals to take our seat at the table of corporate governance and transparency is our path. The increase in organizational transparency ushered in by the internet and the use of artificial intelligence to crunch big data into never before seen levels of useful information for all. OSH skills are key to future organizations success. Continue reading

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Technology Designers Must Begin the Journey to Safety

Uber self driving car accidents and the facebook data scraping scandal are the most recent indications of a significant risk in the technology industry: the lack of mature safety processes.  The icons of the “hot industry” of the 21 century … Continue reading

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Leadership is a Conversation

There was a post a while back on HBR’s Blog site that caught my eye. It was titled: Leadership is a Conversation. It attracted me because I happen to believe this is very true. I worked once with a great … Continue reading

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