The health and safety incident management process must be timely, but these common bottlenecks may slow you down. Here’s how to avoid them.
Enterprises excelling in safety — with close to zero incidents — heavily utilize near miss reporting. In this free webinar, discover best practices and insights from EHS experts at a global logistics company with safety at its core. With over 20 locations worldwide, Peterson Energy Logistics has thousands of employees engaged in their near miss … Read More
Let’s face it: companies excelling in safety have embedded near miss reporting into their safety culture. In other words, near miss reporting is crucial for a safe workplace. However, it is difficult encouraging staff to report near misses; for example, slips or trips are often seen as embarrassing – even funny – by employees. Other … Read More
How can learning to see improve incident management? The third guest blog for our Incident Management Month 2017 is by John Dony, director of the Campbell Institute. Read his post to find out how incident management can benefit from visual literacy.
Pro-Sapien’s Commercial Director, Murray Ferguson, looks at Incident Management KPIs and explains how to reap their full benefit – by taking lessons from football matches.
In October 2018, the National Safety Council (NSC) released an addition to their Injury Facts database – a section to inform employers of trends in workplace injuries and fatalities. There is a lot of data to analyze, so we’ve picked out the need to know statistics for EHS professionals. Fatalities at work rose by 7.3% … Read More
Guest blogger Wilson Bateman says to develop SIF prevention, we need to stop playing the blame game in incident investigations.
Safety incident management prevents recurrence of unsafe events. There are six stages in a successful process – are you following them all?
Clients can use the new Word Add-In for several purposes including exporting data from HSEQ Innovate into branded templates, and mapping a Word document to Pro-Sapien forms to auto-populate fields.
Root cause analysis and corrective actions go hand-in-hand, but how can you make sure actions are appropriately set and actually fulfilled?