It’s the end of another year, so let’s look at the EHS blog posts you loved in 2018.
Making sure people are safe at work is the core of the EHS professional’s responsibilities, but do you place your own health under the same importance? As workplace mental health is becoming more visible, let’s look at how you can promote your own mental well-being at work, as part of our Workplace Mental Health blog series.
Since its inception in the early 1990s, the purpose of EHS software hasn’t changed: to manage health and safety data. What has changed, however, is the volume of data and its best practices. So why is “Export to Excel” still a critical requirement for new EHS systems?
The strategic partnership between Pro-Sapien and LMS365 offers a complete EHS management solution on Office 365.
As the debate continues over whether mental health should fall under EHS professionals’ responsibility, we look at both sides of the argument and find out the best ways to promote good workplace mental health.
This month’s EHS news roundup includes articles on dealing with the cold weather, the new HSE guide to mental health first aid and the move towards digital EHS.
Pro-Sapien’s Commercial Director, Murray Ferguson, looks at Incident Management KPIs and explains how to reap their full benefit – by taking lessons from football matches.
Pro-Sapien has been featured in the 2018 Global Leaders Survey by Verdantix. November 22 • Glasgow, UK Pro-Sapien, the leading provider of SharePoint integrated EHS software, has been named a ‘fast-growing contender’ by independent analyst firm Verdantix. The Global EHS Leaders Survey 2018 interviewed 411 senior EHS decision-makers across 35 countries, each working for firms … Read More
In October 2018, the National Safety Council (NSC) released an addition to their Injury Facts database – a section to inform employers of trends in workplace injuries and fatalities. There is a lot of data to analyze, so we’ve picked out the need to know statistics for EHS professionals. Fatalities at work rose by 7.3% … Read More
Guest blogger Wilson Bateman says to develop SIF prevention, we need to stop playing the blame game in incident investigations.