An Introduction To Industrial Hygiene

By Hannah StewartBlog

Since its inception in the 1940s, industrial hygiene has become mandatory. Consequently, all North American and the majority of Western employers implement an industrial hygiene – or if you’re in Europe – program. Unfortunately, as the industrial hygienist’s role falls under the EHS umbrella, we often overlook their unique responsibilities. So, what makes an industrial … Read More

OSHA Recordkeeping New Rule: Top 3 Challenges

By Hannah StewartBlog

The new OSHA recordkeeping rule is capitalizing on the power of transparency, but it has been and still is a controversial update. It’s correct to say that public scrutiny is sometimes the kick that companies need in order to improve, but will the benefits be worth the challenges? First of all, what is the new … Read More

Leading Indicators In EHS: How to implement a proactive approach

By Hannah StewartBlog

“Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing.” – Warren Buffet Leading indicators in EHS are shifting attitudes from reactive to proactive, with the aim of avoiding injury through continuous improvements. At the same time, lagging indicators are painting a picture of our progress that is important for compliance with traditional measures such as injury … Read More

5 Points From The Trinity ‘EHS Using Microsoft’ Event

By Hannah StewartBlog

On September 27, 2017 we teamed up with Trinity Consultants to deliver a training webinar on the topic of Microsoft programs for EHS management. From Trinity, Adam Fornea, Business Consultant discussed best practices for implementation and how Microsoft solutions can reduce the risk of pitfalls. Andy Gray, Principal Consultant and Murray Ferguson, Director at Pro-Sapien … Read More