This month’s EHS news roundup includes articles on managing ergonomics with ISO 45001, dealing with opioid crisis in the workplace and fuelling safety with new technology.
Until safety shows some risk maturity and embraces fallibility, curiosity and diversity, it will always be “a few tools short of a toolbox”.
Your Incident Report should capture all the correct data. Our Forms are dynamic, which means they update as they’re filled in. In this video, one of our developers Reza shows how the forms work.
Safety signs are a powerful tool for visual safety communication, however, they can cause misunderstandings and increase risk if not correctly used. Find out more about how to use safety icons in the workplace.
We don’t know when emergencies will occur, so it’s always good time to consider emergency preparedness. Unfortunately, humans get caught off-guard because of the Example Rule.
A 3rd of all the food ens up as waste. Erich Lawson discusses the major contributors of food waste, and what organizations can reduce it.