August 2019 EHS News Roundup

August 2019 EHS News Roundup

By Holly CallenderBlog

Injured workers more likely to die from opioid overdose … OSHA findings show increases in fatality investigation … and the biggest trends in PPE Top Story: Injured workers more likely to die from suicide or opioid overdose Hello – Holly Callender with the EHS news you may have missed this month. Drug overdoses and suicides … Read More

Will Health and Safety Ever Die?

Will Health and Safety Ever Die?

By Hannah StewartBlog

Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) became a profession around the mid-1900s, and has been the subject of satire and frustration ever since. OHS saves millions of lives, but as we see more and more workplace tasks automated, will health and safety ever die? Many things threaten Health and Safety – deregulation, public opinion, corporate greed … Read More