Unsafe human behaviour happens daily. Lack of focus, human factors, blame culture … The list of reasons goes on. Above all, unsafe human behaviour is a safety risk. Get the infographic: Drugs in the Workplace Facts and Stats » Drugs in the workplace are increasingly behind unsafe behaviour. The US is in an opioid epidemic, … Read More
Safety signs are a powerful tool for visual safety communication, however, they can cause misunderstandings and increase risk if not correctly used. Find out more about how to use safety icons in the workplace.
Organizations should facilitate safety and safe behavior at work. Watch this video to find out how you can simplify safety reporting in the field.
What EHS should we learn from aviation safety? How has flying become the safest mode of transportation? New on the blog.
Are you aware of the damage our consumption and inefficient waste management is causing to our environment? Find out about the reasons and the means by which your organization can improve their practice.
In the unique arena of the EHS software market there are certainly scenarios to which an EHS consultant brings huge value. To map these out for those who are considering their options, here are nine situations that stand out as a good time to bring in a third-party consultant.
EHS managers’s hands are full this spring with ISO 45001 and GDPR. Can your EHS software cope with the changing EHS regulations? Spring has officially sprung. According to the meteorological calendar, spring lasts from March 1 till May 31. The current winter weather, on the other hand, has other ideas. However, for EHS professionals, slippery conditions aren’t the only … Read More
In workplace safety, detecting small errors can lead to big improvements (marginal gains). Find out how to improve safety performance with methods adopted from elite gymnastics.
The third Monday of January, the “Blue Monday”, has been labelled as the most depressing day of the year. There are a number of things that contribute to the negative connotation of this day. There are, however, things to be cheerful about this month. See this blog post for our list.
A survey by the National Safety Council on the safety perceptions of U.S. workers shows that 30% of U.S. workers are too afraid to report safety issues. In this post, we highlight some of the most pertinent numbers of the survey.