Infographics

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 […]

Infographic: Ladder Safety Standards

Ladders are an integral piece of equipment in many industries and workplaces, but they also are a major hazard if not used properly. According to OSHA, falls from portable ladders are one of the leading causes of occupational deaths and injuries. Here’s what you need to know about OSHA’s ladder safety standards. Check out our Back to […]

Infographic: Women in EHS

In recent years, EHS leaders have been shifting focus towards becoming more sustainable and embracing concepts such as Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG). The social component of ESG aims to bring subjects to the table that in the past would have been handled by the human resources (HR) department, such as diversity, equity, and inclusion […]

Infographic: OSHA’s Workplace PPE Requirements

In the midst of the ongoing pandemic, a lot of attention has been called to personal protective equipment (PPE), both in the general public and in the workplace. However, PPE has been required in many types of industries for years, and it is important for environmental, health, and safety (EHS) leaders to understand PPE standards. […]

Infographic: 5 Tips for Toolbox Talks

All environmental, health, and safety (EHS) leaders should be familiar with the term “toolbox talks,” which can also be known by many other names, such as safety briefings, pre-start, take 5 safety talks, or tailgate safety meetings. Toolbox talks are the quick five- to 10-minute safety discussions held before the start of the workers’ shifts […]

Infographic: 5 Steps for Disaster Preparedness

In the workplace, one of the environmental, health, and safety (EHS) professional’s first priorities is ensuring daily on-the-job safety. However, another important aspect of an EHS leader’s job is to be prepared for what happens when external disasters strike. These could include anything from natural disasters like floods or earthquakes, cybersecurity issues or power outages, […]