1. Selection

In each edition of Safeguard we select three questions arising from material published in that edition.
Here are the current questions, which relate to the Jan/Feb 2020 edition. Feel free to respond to any or all of them.
 
An edited selection of responses will appear in the following edition.
We ask for your contact details but they are not printed, so you can speak freely!
 
One respondent will be randomly drawn to receive a prize, namely a copy of the latest book by Andrew Hopkins, Organising for Safety - How structure creates culture.
 

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* 1. Injured workers often feel excluded from the lengthy legal process of investigation and court proceedings.
How best to ensure injured workers are properly aware of each stage and feel their voice can be heard?

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* 2. Kylie Dunn and Bella Moore suggest it could be time to abandon the notion of safety-sensitive areas when it comes to random drug testing, or at least to extend it to management roles.
Should random testing be extended to everyone, or still be limited? Why?

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* 3. Too many companies still rely only on PPE and administrative controls.
How best to persuade managers to look further up the hierarchy of controls?
If possible, give an example from your experience.

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* 4. What is your name?

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* 5. In which town or city do you live?

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* 6. What is your daytime phone number?

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