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Storytelling in work safety is more worth than 3 pennies.

"Those who know me say that I am a sharp guy. I'm not sure if that describes me best. Anyway, let’s do not talk about myself, because yesterday one of us, James, had an accident at work. He arrived in the morning already stressed. His little son kept him awake all night, the car did not start and the bus came too late. Finally, when he arrived at work, the supervisor gave him the job to replace the damaged cable on a motor. Not a big deal for James. When he picked his tools and materials, he passed by on his way to the working site without paying me attention. There it happened: unfocused and erratic as he was that day, he slipped with his knife and rammed it into his leg. Looked really bad, how the blood came out of it. Not to talk about the pains! Of course, he already knew before that his pocket knife was the wrong tool for the job. Now he is in the hospital and will not come back soon. At least, he will fully recover the doctor says. Oh, you ask who I am? Sorry, for not introducing myself: I am Mack the Safety-Knife!"
Based on a true story, which happened at Plant XYZ at Jan 4th, 2019.

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The Egyptians built more than a pyramid, so you should do it in safety at work.

Many of you measure your safety performance based on the safety pyramid. But there is another pyramid, you have to build and maintain. It’s even bigger.

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For safety sake, go back to stone age!

Wow, what a bold demand note! Isn’t living in a civilized age a great gift? Yes, of course, it is. Our homes are cozy and warm, food can easily be shopped in the supermarket and very most of our jobs aren’t dangerous anymore. At least in comparison of hunting mammoths or deer. But still, there is something our far ancestors were so much better in than we are. Curious? 

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What's the difference between TPM and Lean Maintenance

Yesterday, we were asked by Michael Sinocchi: “What is the difference between Total Productivity Maintenance (TPM) and Lean Maintenance?”.  See, what we answered: Lean Insider Blog