How to Evaluate the Success of your Employees

By Kristen BuzzairdBlog

While a safety training program is often key in establishing a culture of health and safety at work, there are cases in which it may fail in living up to that very promise. This may happen if occupational safety is treated as just a compliance issue rather than a necessity for worker health and well-being. … Read More

May EHS News Roundup

By Tytti RekosuoBlog

New technology keeps changing the way organizations train, track and report safety-related issues. Environmental/green initiatives are more urgent than ever and the opioid crisis in the US has created a national addiction spiral, which calls for the OHS professionals to take action. More about these topics in our May EHS news roundup.

Pro-Sapien rolls out enhanced multilingual capabilities for clients using their EHS software on Office 365

By Pro-Sapien TeamPress Releases

The enhanced multilingual capabilities allow Office 365 clients to easily edit translations of multiple choice values on forms, which can then be used to generate local language reports. May 18, 2018 • Glasgow, UK Pro-Sapien, provider of enterprise EHS&Q software on SharePoint and Office 365, has today announced enhancements to its multilingual capabilities. Clients on the … Read More

Intervening in Human Factors: EHS Manager’s View

By Hugo RibeiroBlog

In this guest post, Hugo Ribeiro, discusses and exemplifies the way us humans can/cannot adjust our focus, and how training our workers to adjust their focus could prevent incidents caused by the lack of situational awareness and our inability to extend our focus beyond our immediate task.