When perusing blogs recently, I came across a post by Chuck Gault, a friend of mine and owner of Max Coating, a metal finishing company located in Birmingham. Chuck’s post was all about “tribal knowledge,” which is the information commonly known by certain groups within a company but not always understood by others. Continue reading Guest Post: You Can’t Rely on Tribal Knowledge
By John Bickel
The new term everyone has learned about (and experienced) this winter is “polar vortex,” and it should mean more to you than just wearing mittens to work. Have you thought about the wear and tear this is causing to the water systems? Continue reading Something to Think About: Polar Vortex and Clean Water
By Davies Hood, Induron President
Even though it was a few weeks ago, we are all still talking about how great our company year-end Christmas party was. We had a great year that brought about great progress, like the opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for our new state-of-the-art Customer Service Center and finished goods warehouse. To celebrate this expansion, that’s where we decided to hold the party. Continue reading We Know How to Party at Induron
By Mike Nelms
Induron has always considered safety in the workplace to be very important, and our recordable and lost time rates have usually reflected and supported this view.
However, like most programs, complacency can set in quickly if the focus is lost or the programs simply aren’t enforced or encouraged. Continue reading Incentives for Safety