NAEM (National Association for Environmental Management) has just released its most recent report on Strategies for a Successful EHS&S Software Selection. The 32-page document takes a look at building the business case, allowing for what can be lengthy selection process, tips for making a success of it as well as including comments from EHS professionals … Read More
Armed robberies, disputes over property ownership and the discovery of a dead body in a river. Sounds like a dramatic episode of Desperate Housewives – but this is all in a few day’s work for Pokémon GO players around the world. The new mobile game from Nintendo is quite literally “catching ‘em all”, dominating game … Read More
What’s the deal with AI in EHS? How can this technology help those who need to work safely on a daily basis?
Recently, it emerged that a self-driving Tesla car had been involved in a fatal crash in Williston, Florida on May 7. The car was in Autopilot mode when its on-board system failed to recognize a left-turning truck intercepting its path, resulting in the car proceeding underneath the trailer and losing its roof – which has … Read More