EDITOR’S NOTE: Scott Ziter is director of asset protection for Price Chopper Supermarkets based in Schenectady, New York. He began his career as a store detective with Stop & Shop where he rose through the organization to director of asset protection and then vice president of asset protection for Stop Read More
Tag: safety culture
An essential element for the improvement of safety in the workplace is the ability to measure performance. We want to effectively manage the safety challenges that we face and develop best practices that enhance performance.
In order to reach those objectives, we must embrace performance measurement tools that help us to Read More
An effective safety culture is widely accepted as being the essential component in the development and implementation any program supporting safety in the workplace. The safety culture reflects the attitudes, perceptions, values and beliefs that all employees within the organization share in regards to safety, and serves as a guide Read More
Businesses must keep in mind that safety is more than just a ‘buzz’ word. In fact, safety is critical to the well-being of employees, your bottom line, and the overall brand image of your company.
The RLPSA recognizes the need for vigilance in safety and safety practices; and more specifically how Read More
EDITOR’S NOTE: Monica Mullins is the vice president of asset protection and safety for Walmart Stores U.S. She oversees more than 9,000 corporate and field-level AP associates who are responsible for execution of AP and safety programs in 3,804 retail locations. Prior to her current role, Mullins was the VP Read More
Everyday, retailers and industry deal with worker injuries such as back sprains or strains, disk injuries, neck and shoulder injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, and a host of other musculoskeletal disorders. Recent data indicates that upwards of $60 to $80 billion are spent each year on such injuries. For example, the Read More