Category: Technology and Innovation

Faces of EHS: Helen Harris on Data Analysis and EHS Controls

For the majority of her career, Helen Harris worked in the oil and gas industry, primarily for wellhead manufacturing and service companies. In 2012 while working for General Electric, she met Todd Conklin and was introduced to Human and Organizational Performance (HOP), kicking off her continuous exploration of thought leadership in HOP and reliability and […]

EHS On Tap E170: How AI is Transforming Safety

On episode 170 of EHS On Tap, Barry Nelson, founder and CEO of FactorLab, talks about how AI is transforming safety.

EHSDA Shorts: Assessing Core Temperature

On this week’s episode of EHSDA Shorts, we hear from Margaret Morrissey, PhD, President & Director of Occupational Safety, Heat Safety Coalition & Korey Stringer Institute, about the methods for assessing core temperature.

Faces of EHS: Barry Nelson on Innovation and Showing, Not Telling

For our latest Faces of EHS profile, we sat down with Barry Nelson of FactorLab to discuss supporting the EHS professional, the rapidly approaching changes in safety technology, and the importance of showing, not telling, when it comes to valuing safety.

Infographic: Introducing Wearables

New technologies such as wearables, robotics, and exoskeletons will likely have a huge effect on the work being done by EHS professionals. Here’s what you need to know about introducing wearables into the workplace.

Back to Basics: Wearables, Robotics, and Exoskeletons

Back to Basics is a weekly feature that highlights important but possibly overlooked information that any EHS professional should know. This week, we examine wearables, robotics, and exoskeletons, and how these new technologies will affect the EHS industry. New technologies such as wearables, robotics, and exoskeletons will likely have a huge effect on the work […]

DOT Proposes Automatic Braking on Trucks

On June 6, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)—agencies of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)—proposed requirements for automatic emergency braking (AEB) systems on heavy motor vehicles (88 Fed. Reg. 43174). The proposal would require AEB systems on vehicles weighing more than 10,000 pounds (4,536 kilograms). The […]

Driving Change: The Journey of Veriforce from Merger to Global

By: The Veriforce Team Discover the transformative journey of Veriforce, from a pivotal merger to becoming thelargest supply chain risk management network in the world. When Veriforce grew five times its size within five years, it took dedication, collaboration, and anunwavering, systemic commitment to a profound mission: Bringing workers home safe fromhigh-hazard jobs. It’s this […]

Faces of EHS: Rusti Dyals on Taking Action to Improve Culture

Rusti Dyals is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and a member of the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) with 20 years of environmental, health, and safety (EHS) experience across FM, forest product and semi-conductor industries. She currently serves as ESFM’s National Director of Environment, Health & Safety. Before that, she successfully supported a national […]