The working life of EHS managers varies day-to-day. However, you know you’re an EHS Manager if you can relate to these nine things.
Since its inception in the early 1990s, the purpose of EHS software hasn’t changed: to manage health and safety data. What has changed, however, is the volume of data and its best practices. So why is “Export to Excel” still a critical requirement for new EHS systems?
Safety incident management prevents recurrence of unsafe events. There are six stages in a successful process – are you following them all?
The Heinrich pyramid made waves in safety management, but stopping paper cuts won’t prevent SIFs. Here’s how to find the SIF potential near misses to focus on.
The configurable vs. out-of-the-box question lives on in EHS software. Which is better for you? Know the pros and cons when choosing a system.
Root cause analysis and corrective actions go hand-in-hand, but how can you make sure actions are appropriately set and actually fulfilled?
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.
The UK heatwave has set new temperature records. But when is it too hot to work, and how should employers prepare for the high temperatures?
It has been a year since President Trump pulled out from the Paris Agreement. This blog post discusses whether this pullout was indicative of what industry wants, and how is the shock being absorbed by other polluting economies.
The management of Occupational Health and Safety is very exposed to noncompliance due to the volume of personal data captured as part of its processes. Read more about the three places you forgot to check for personal data.