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Archive for October, 2016

Business casual attire: Specific colors and materials make an undershirt more unnoticeable. The skirt and the top look okay together, but I’m uncertain if they match well enough to look professional. As for the undershirt, I find either black or a tan work best.

How do you guys keep your bags and purses organized and clean? Any tips or tricks to get my bags neat and tidy but still looking polished? It really ruins my silhouette to have doggy poop bags shooting out of my jacket pocket and my head phones hanging out my back jeans pocket and my phone

What is your Pinterest setup? Do you use it when shopping? Do you pin often? Have you established any rules around the pins you pick? If you never use pinterest, do you using something else? I use pinterest to showcase my dream style.

Who Will Comfort Me: Share your worst underdressed-for-the-occasion stories. I managed to be noticeably underdressed for a pretty major meeting because I went too far to the casual side of business casual. when did you feel most uncomfortable or out of place for being underdressed?

Team leader development project: Opportunity to put into practice what you have learned about health and safety. Building on the work you have done in each section you will be ready to develop an action plan and implement it in your workplace. Helps to promote a health and safety culture in your organisation.

Management of health and safety is not an add-on to management activities, it’s an integral part of them. Why? Because it’s about looking after people and property. It’s about reducing costs and preventing events which hurt people, disrupt productivity, and ultimately hit the bottom line and the organisation’s reputation.

Proactive not reactive. Promote risk assessments, monitoring and health and safety policies to prevent accidents and ill health. Waiting for accidents to happen costs lives, injures people and wastes money. You’ll look at how to save lives, prevent injury to people and save money by being proactive, not reactive.

Risk Assessment in health and safety. Perhaps the most important responsibility of managers in health and safety today is something called ‘risk assessment’. It is not as complicated as it might sound. This section is about carrying out risk assessments.

Team Leader: It’s your responsibility. Part of getting organised in health and safety is developing a system of responsibilities and accountabilities – what the HSE calls control. These are not just for managers. What are your responsibilities as a team leader?

Get health and safety management organised. Management is about organisation. Health and safety management is just the same. Plan, organise, monitor and control. And it all starts with a coherent health and safety policy, which covers aims and objectives, responsibilities, control systems and management arrangements