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Training

Interview With 5S and Six Sigma Expert Brion Hurley

Interview With 5S and Six Sigma Expert Brion Hurley

Creative Safety Supply was honored to have the opportunity to interview a Lean manufacturing expert. In this interview, Andrew McCall of Creative Safety Supply talks to Brion Hurley of Business Performance Improvement about the concept of 5S and its implementation in businesses. Brian discusses the eight wastes of Lean, emphasizing inventory as a commonly overlooked

CSS Editorial Staff | June 5, 2023 | 5S, Lean, Training | 5S, Facility Efficiency, Lean, Lean Culture, Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma


Creative Safety Supply Named as Approved Vendor for Ammonia Refrigeration Training Solutions

Creative Safety Supply Named as Approved Vendor for Ammonia Refrigeration Training Solutions

We are excited to announce that we have recently been named the latest approved vendor for Ammonia Refrigeration Training Solutions (ARTS). ARTS is an organization that provides the best training and services for all types of industrial ammonia refrigeration systems. When used properly, ammonia refrigeration systems are the most efficient and safest form of refrigeration

CSS Editorial Staff | November 11, 2022 | Company Updates, Training | Ammonia Pipe Marking, Labeling, Operator Training, Pipe Marking





10 Skills Safety Professionals Must Have

10 Skills Safety Professionals Must Have

Wide Range of Skills for Safety Professionals If you are working as a safety manager or in another safety professional role you will need to have a wide range of different skills in order to meet the needs of the job. While every position will be slightly different, there are many skills that are necessary

Tony Ferraro | September 3, 2014 | Training | Safety Professionals



Incentives and Safety Programs

Incentives and Safety Programs

By far one of the hardest elements of running a successful business is, safety. From transportation, to production floors, to assembly lines, to just walking around an office, business owners expose themselves and their employees to some degree of risk at every level. Often, new programs or ideas for safety improvement are touted as a

Tony Ferraro | February 17, 2014 | Training | Safety Programs



How to Make sure Employee Training is Effective & Retained

How to Make sure Employee Training is Effective & Retained

Employee training is one of the most difficult parts of managing an effective team. Especially in a work environment where work safety comes into play often (for example, in a physical labor-heavy industry), the retention of training information becomes critical to your business’ success and longevity. Unfortunately, few managers have made it through their careers

Tony Ferraro | December 31, 2013 | Training | Safety, Workplace Safety



Writing Effective Safety Procedures

Writing Effective Safety Procedures

When running a business it is the responsibility of you and your safety team, which varies with the size of your operation, to make sure that employees in your charge are adequately protected at all times. A safe workforce is a happy workforce, and a happy workforce is a productive one. Safety procedures serve another

Tony Ferraro | November 25, 2013 | Training | Safety Procedures



Downside to Incentives

Downside to Incentives

When it comes to improving workplace safety, there is no shortage of ideas on how it should be done. One controversial method many organizations have tried is using some sort of incentive or compensation program for improved safety. If, for example, employees attend or participate in a safety seminar, they may be rewarded with a

Tony Ferraro | November 14, 2013 | Training | Workplace Safety


S.E.A.T Coaching Positive: Correction

S.E.A.T Coaching Positive: Correction

Depending on the dynamic between employees and managers in a workplace, approaching and opening a dialogue about unsafe behaviors can be a little bit daunting. You want to approach the situation in a delicate way, as to not bruise egos or spark tempers, but you also need to be firm in communicating your expectations. To

Tony Ferraro | October 17, 2013 | Training | Safety Coach