Without the entire workforce’s involvement, ownership of, and commitment to the process, such initiatives are most likely to fail.
In the petroleum refining business, even a minor lapse/unsafe beha-vior by employees or contractors has the potential to lead to total disaster.
This website presents news and information about Martin Lewis and his many current and future projects - including the archive of his columns written for the website of Time Magazine.
On the premise that a safety culture is largely dependent on employees’ attitudes towards safety, ARL initiated a study to measure, analyze and control unsafe behaviour in the workplace.
This means that floor level workers are most likely to engage in unsafe behavior or to be hurt as they are detached from the safety improvement process.
A behavioural-based safety approach is ‘bottom-up’ so that those who are most likely to be hurt are actively engaged in eliminating the occur-rence of unsafe behaviours.
So - from a time dating back to the earliest existence of primitive plasma on this planet - to the far-off frontiers of the future... The website is maintained as a tribute to British pop culture of the 1960s. This site is also the hub of Martin Lewis campaign to foster increased public appreciation of this important but comparatively neglected hero of the Beatles story. - Martin Lewis 1971 throwaway teenage prank - which by 1999 had independently mushroomed into what the New York Post described as "the biggest Beatles hoax since the 'Paul is dead' craze." The Springtime! is the production-management-marketing company founded and owned by Martin Lewis.
from the quaint rustic hamlets of England's Childs Hill and Cricklewood - to the flashy fevered fleshpots of America's Beverly Hills and Hollywood... The website features details of the company's many distinctive publicity and marketing campaigns for entertainment projects and social & political causes from the early 1970's through to the present day.