Infographic: How to Build an Anti-Retaliation Program

Reporting safety issues is an integral part of maintaining an effective, positive safety environment in the workplace. Workers must be able to feel safe reporting violations without fear of retaliation, and EHS leaders and management are responsible for creating an environment in which reporting can be done in a productive manner. Here’s what you need […]

Infographic: Increasing Productivity with EHS Automation

In the EHS industry, there has been a surge of individuals and organizations who are advocating for the automation of EHS processes, especially when it comes to reporting and data collection. Many companies have come up with their own algorithms and data input resources to help EHS professionals with their jobs, and as this continues […]

Infographic: Chemical Hazard Management

Despite many policy changes and updates that have occurred in the last year, OSHA continues strong enforcement of longstanding regulations for well-established hazards like falls, lockout/tagout, unguarded machinery, and workplace chemicals. The agency’s hazard communication standard (HCS) remains one of OSHA’s most frequently cited standards, cited 1,947 times in fiscal year (FY) 2021. Here’s what […]

Infographic: Conventional Fall Protection Standards

This week (May 2-6) is the National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction, which is a voluntary event that encourages employers to talk directly to employees about fall prevention and safety. This event is being held jointly by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), the National […]

Infographic: Workplace Violence Prevention

As COVID-19 regulations shift and employees start to reenter the workplace again in-person, EHS leaders need to be prepared to deal with the challenges that will come with returning to work. Workplace violence continues to be a cause for concern, and now that people are going to be working side by side again, it is […]

Infographic: Welding and Cutting Safety

There are many different hazards that welders face in a number of different industries. OSHA has clear guidelines for safety during welding, cutting, and brazing to help protect workers who face potential fires, explosions, accidental contact, contamination, and breathing hazards. Here’s what you need to know about welding and cutting safety. Check out our Back to […]

Infographic: 7 Mistakes to Avoid in ESG Management

As more companies begin to prioritize environmental, social, and governance (ESG) values and principles, many leaders will be wondering how to implement ESG programs in their workplaces. ESG is an evaluation of an organization’s collective consciousness for social and environmental factors, and a metric to assess an organization’s impact beyond its internal mission-driven operations and […]

Infographic: Opioid Use at Work

Opioid and substance use is a prevalent issue that causes hazards to the individual using and their coworkers around them. EHS professionals need to be aware of the scope of the problem and the proper prevention strategies and programs they can use to keep their workforce safe. The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) […]

Infographic: Building a Better Safety Climate

Safety culture and climate have become huge topics of discussion among EHS professionals, and it is becoming increasingly important for leaders to understand their roles in creating safety cultures and climates at their workplaces. Recently, Chris Ross, CSP, CPTD, an implementation consultant at SafeStart, spoke in a webinar during EHS Daily Advisor’s Leadership Week about the six key factors […]

Infographic: Sign and Tag Requirements

In all workplaces, it is critical to have signs, tags, and labels to point out potential hazards. OSHA has clear guidelines on how to use signs and tags to help prevent accidents for workers, the public, or both. Signs and tags are also important to avoid property damage. OSHA’s guidelines are meant to cover all safety signs […]