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About 300 workplace suicides occur every year.
Incivility impairs productivity, decreases motivation, and disrupts employees’ cognitive abilities and overall wellbeing. Even just witnessing incivility in the workplace can negatively impact a worker’s performance and creativity. In short, happier employees are more productive employees.
Use good manners and be polite. Strive to understand your coworkers or those around you. Keep a positive attitude; don’t allow your job or life in general make you jaded. Find common ground with your coworkers; make an effort to find three things you have in common with each one.
Simply put, civility means being polite and courteous. If you want to take it a little further, it is learning and utilizing healthy communication techniques and treating others not only how you would like to be treated but as THEY would like to be treated.
Contrary to popular belief, OSHA does not dictate what a passing score entails. That is ultimately up to the employer whose responsibility it is to certify, or authorize, their employee to operate a boom truck. If you want to pass him at 80%, fine. But what if a question or two among the 20% missed could lead to an accident or death? Is it worth it? Our recommendation is that you always go over any missed questions with your trainees—even if they just missed one. Once they understand the principle missed, have them write their initials by the correct answer. That way, you are protecting them and those around them from potential accidents in the future.