In any organization, safety should be a top priority. The safety of employees and visitors is crucial to the success and well-being of a company.
“Wait, what?! Respirators are supposed to protect my workers!” Yep, but they can also hurt your workers. It’s not as simple as pulling a respirator off the shelf at The Home Depot,
Workplace safety is of paramount importance for both employers and employees. With the advancement of technology, artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged as a powerful tool to help mitigate workplace safety risks that may not be apparent to humans.
Are your employees aware of the risks of asbestos to recognize the signs and symptoms of this silent, but harmful, toxin?
Cardiac arrest happens when the heart suddenly fails to function properly, potentially causing individuals to collapse and lose consciousness. According to OSHA estimates,
HazCom, also known as the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS, or HazCom), is a type of training protocol that will keep your business and vendors safe.
Unfortunately, preventable injuries in workplaces across the U.S. remain a very real reality. According to data compiled by the National Safety Council,
In their recent report, “Driving Toward Disaster,” the Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) projected that the rising cost of electricity, natural gas,
Heat stress is one of the most dangerous workplace hazards and is a threat to anyone working in hot environments or is otherwise exposed to extreme heat.
To improve safety measures at your company, you may want to invest in the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10-hour training for your workers.
Today, behind the scenes of every successful company there is an experienced and dedicated HR compliance team. In short, HR compliance ensures all individuals within a company adhere to the most current laws and regulations by establishing guidelines that align with external agencies like the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
A good place to lead off your HR compliance checklist is with hiring. Does your organization have in place detailed and transparent information about sourcing,
In an effort to improve workplace safety, Congress enacted the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, and the American workplace has been safer ever since.
A company’s environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) score describes its perceived performance on environmental, social, and governance topics to consumers.
Why Hire an EHS Consultant?
EHS (Environmental, Health and Safety) rules and regulations are designed to protect your workers and the public.
Maintaining a safe work environment is critical to the success of any business. For companies in the manufacturing industry, it’s especially important to observe all relevant safety regulations to prevent injuries,
September is National Preparedness Month in the United States, an annual awareness campaign tasked with bringing attention and helping the public prepare for unexpected disasters and emergencies.
The standards and regulations that govern workplace safety are constantly changing. OSHA updates its literature every month to remain current with the many risks associated with industrial equipment,
In the past few years, the majority opinion on climate change has changed. There used to be skepticism as to whether climate change was a real,
Recently, we had a vendor ask for a YellowBird Pro to come out to complete a workplace health and safety compliance audit,
The year 2021 brings big changes to workplace safety. Businesses are restructuring workforces as the pandemic made remote work more prevalent.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) may conduct workspace inspection audits at any time, rarely with advanced warning. Sometimes inspections are scheduled,
Diversity and inclusion are important for any working environment, and the EHS industry has been making progress to become a more diverse and inclusive industry.
When employees hear they have to go through a safety training, many will spend the time daydreaming about other parts of their lives.
According to OSHA, safety culture consists of, “shared beliefs, practices, and attitudes that exist at an establishment. Culture is the atmosphere created by those beliefs,