The 12 Days of EHS Christmas

By Steve HunterBlog

We all know the 12 Days of Christmas, sang by choirs with cheer every December. But do you know the 12 Days of EHS Christmas? Granted, the 12 days of Christmas actually begin on the 25th of December much to many people’s surprise, so we are a bit early. There have been a number of variations … Read More

November 2019 EHS News Roundup

By Holly CallenderBlog

OSHA embraces leading indicators … workplace eye care aids early detection for diabetes … humorous workplace safety video and more. Top Story: “OSHA Embraces Leading Indicators” In the future, employers will need to deal with federal safety law compliance from an entirely new perspective. OSHA has announced that it is moving away from relying on … Read More

How to Effectively Increase Near Miss Reporting

By Pro-Sapien TeamPast Event

Enterprises excelling in safety — with close to zero incidents — heavily utilize near miss reporting. In this free webinar, discover best practices and insights from EHS experts at a global logistics company with safety at its core. With over 20 locations worldwide, Peterson Energy Logistics has thousands of employees engaged in their near miss … Read More

Why Near Miss Reporting is Important

By Holly CallenderBlog

Let’s face it: companies excelling in safety have embedded near miss reporting into their safety culture. In other words, near miss reporting is crucial for a safe workplace. However, it is difficult encouraging staff to report near misses; for example, slips or trips are often seen as embarrassing – even funny – by employees. Other … Read More

October 2019 EHS News Roundup

By Holly CallenderBlog

Deaths on Amazon’s warehouse floor … avoid Halloween hazards … how to increase near miss reporting by 370% Top Story: “Go back to work”: outcry over deaths on Amazon’s warehouse floor In September, Billy Foister, a 48-year-old Amazon warehouse worker, died after a heart attack at work. According to his brother, an Amazon human resources … Read More

Are Safety Audits Really Necessary?

By Bill CaldwellBlog

How do you react when you know someone is observing you? Maybe your boss is conducting a formal or informal evaluation. Or perhaps the cute guy or gal you are interested in is looking your way. What do you do? Well, we have multiple reactions to being observed. For instance, if we want to impress, … Read More