Don’t Be The Child That Eats The Play Doh

By Steve HunterBlog

As the father of two children, I am no stranger to risk… Usually, this is the risk of having said two children jumping up and down on my stomach, or the risk of there being a sit-down mutiny before bedtime. Of course, when you become a parent suddenly everything becomes a risk: the television remote … Read More

10 Times Star Wars Breached OSHA and HSE Legislation

By Hannah StewartBlog

Since its long-awaited release in December 2015, Star Wars: The Force Awakens has been making headlines worldwide. Episode 7 is the only movie in history to reach $900 million domestically, and is the third movie of all time to pass generating $2 billion globally. Unsurprisingly, it set a new opening night box office record in … Read More

Top 10 EHS Movies Never Made

By Steve HunterBlog

We’re not just passionate about Health and Safety: we are passionate about movies, too. After a Long Good Friday with A Few Dollars More in our pockets, we love nothing more than to put down our Notebooks, put up our Happy Feet, drink a glass of Milk and watch the latest release. Plus, with so … Read More

10 Common Complaints About Outdated EHS Software

By Hannah StewartBlog

When a company approaches us, it’s usually because their existing EHS system is not up to standard and they need something new. It doesn’t meet their requirements any more, or it simply has grown old and is not running as it once did. Keeping up with technology in EHS management is important for large organizations … Read More