EHS Now’s exclusive online summit is taking place on September 14-15, 2022. Join us for this free virtual event catered to EHS professionals looking to develop and refine their skills on a variety of topics, including management strategies, environmental compliance, psychological safety, hand safety, fall protection, and more. Here’s a look at Day 2. Thursday, […]
EHS Now’s exclusive online summit is taking place on September 14-15, 2022. This free virtual event is catered to EHS professionals looking to develop and refine their skills on a variety of topics, including management strategies, environmental compliance, psychological safety, hand safety, fall protection, and more. Join your peers for some great educational sessions! Day […]
Compiling, analyzing, and reporting environmental, health, and safety (EHS) data can be labor-intensive, time-consuming, and exhausting even for the most seasoned EHS leaders. EHS professionals are usually inundated with complex tasks such as tracking and managing hundreds of chemicals across multiple facilities and states in an effort to submit EPCRA compliance reports accurately and on […]
On episode 121 of EHS On Tap, Megan Walters, vice president of compliance and customer success at Encamp, talks about the challenges that women face in EHS.
Among the many daily operations to undertake in conducting a successful business, safety management is irrefutably a top priority. Safety-conscious companies dedicate a great deal of effort to ensuring that their operations and people within it remain compliant. With the emergence of technology, the EHS industry has become resourceful in developing frameworks to most effectively […]
On episode 119 of EHS On Tap, Tony Roussey, chief operating officer of EV Construction, talks about his company’s safety philosophy.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) area offices in Fort Lauderdale and Jacksonville, Florida, cited two employers following workplace fatalities. The agency’s Fort Lauderdale office cited Fleming Island, Florida-based Ballhawker of Florida Inc. with 12 serious violations after a 26-year-old diver drowned in a pond on a Ponte Vedra Beach golf course. OSHA is seeking […]
Mold can happen to any building at any time if the conditions are right. Mold is three things: persistent, resourceful, and low maintenance. It requires very little to live and can sneak right into any type of facility if given the opportunity. Once it starts growing, it can quickly become a large-scale problem and begin […]
On episode 115 of EHS On Tap, Greg Myka, senior manager and compliance team lead in Verizon’s EHS group, talks about Verizon’s focus on workplace safety.
The EPA recently announced the formation of a Water Reuse Interagency Working Group that is charged with creating and managing actions, tools, and resources to advance the reuse of water across the United States. The group was established under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. “Water is an essential resource that we must protect, especially in the […]