July 2019 EHS News Roundup

By Holly CallenderBlog

Welcome to our July EHS news roundup! Top story: Deaths from asbestos exposure has reached its highest level in the UK, and the HSE expects this trend to continue for the rest of this decade. In other news: preventing risks with workplace culture, raising awareness of UV protection, overworked Amazon employees, and finally, OSHA’s drones … Read More

Top Summer Safety Tips for Workers in 2019

By Holly CallenderBlog

If you’re anything like us, you enjoy the warm weather and light nights of summer. But for workers spending long days indoors or outdoors, summer weather becomes a risk. OSHA says: “Hot summer months pose special hazards for outdoor workers who must protect themselves against heat, sun exposure, and other hazards. Employers and employees should … Read More

Can Single Sign On (SSO) Encourage Hazard Reporting?

By Hannah StewartBlog

Single sign on (SSO) is the ability to access several software programs with one login. It’s a feature most software buyers look for—and a marginal gain that can help EHS professionals mitigate against under-reporting. Here’s how. The average person has a whopping 70-80 passwords, and EHS software is yet another application that requires a login. … Read More

Why Workers Prefer Online Health and Safety Training

By Holly CallenderBlog

Today we’re going to explore one of the best teaching methods for safety training: eLearning. Online training is shaking up the EHS world. That’s why we partnered with LMS provider LMS365 to provide clients with Microsoft integrated, award-winning online learning software. Read: Why You Should Use LMS Software for EHS Training » This blog post … Read More