The 2017 Annual Safety Progress report provides insight into the top safety challenges and how they are being faced by today’s EHS professionals. Download this free research to se how your program stacks up!
This report discusses the 7 steps you need to develop a safety audit program that gives results. You’ll also get an interactive checklist to help you perform an audit at your facility.
Get your safety training off on the right foot with free toolbox talks. Start training workers on three critical topics: fall protection, back safety, and head protection. Access now!
This report examines the three critical steps that Cal/OSHA requires in its general regulation on PPE, as well as the vital—but not mandated—fourth step of following up. You’ll also learn how these general rules apply to the various categories of PPE.
This toolkit reviews the 5 key components of a workplace violence plan, offers sample language for a zero tolerance policy, and helps you train your workers on how to avoid and prevent violence at your facility with a free toolbox talk.
This report will help you evaluate pay for several safety and environmental job titles. EHS managers can find the information to keep their departments competitive and efficient—an easy way to guarantee you are paying the right amount to retain hard-to-fill positions but not overpaying on others.
Here are the answers to the Top 10 Environmental Topics of 2017 quiz.
Threats to employee safety are an everyday occurrence—and PPE is a vital line of defense. In this survey report, we take a look at how managers address protective equipment, including proper distribution and training for workers.
Brief toolbox talks can be incorporated into busy schedules to relay new safety precautions or reinforce the safety message. Download this toolbox talk to take a simple step towards championing safety at your facility/jobsite!
(Bonus: This month you get an extra talk! That means you get not 1, but 2 toolbox talks!)
30% of employees injured at work have been on the job for less than a year. It seems like a high percentage, doesn’t it? Why is it so high? To answer that, let’s take a look at 7 stupid reasons new employees get injured.