There are many organizations out there that promote safety, and one of the most well-known organizations that is deeply committed to promoting safety both at work and at home is the National Safety Council (NSC). Today on a very special episode of EHS on Tap, we’re going to talk with the new leader of the […]
In our latest episode, we’re talking about a form of personal protective equipment that is almost synonymous with safety itself: Head protection! Head injuries are incredibly serious, so it makes sense that the hard hat has become the PPE that is particularly emblematic of safety. However, other than a few fit tests or maybe the […]
Mobile devices are everywhere these days. Do you fully understand the impact that they are having on worker safety while employees are driving or on the jobsite?
We’re going back to school a little early with this pop quiz, sponsored by Safety Services Company®!
There are many initiatives demanding the attention of EHS managers these days, but two things are near the top of every safety professional’s priority list in today’s work environment: One, improving organizational safety culture; and two, leveraging appropriate metrics and data to improve safety performance. What some of these professionals may not fully realize, however, […]
As an environment, health, and safety professional, there’s a good chance that you’ve gotten the feeling that you are perceived as a cost center by senior management—however, whenever you try to communicate the value of EHS in a meeting, are you met with blank stares, sideways looks, or just in general feel like you’re speaking […]
More than 2.78 million deaths and 374 million non-fatal injuries occur every year in the workplace. These safety violations led to the proposal of ISO 45001. How much do you know about this new standard and the factors that contributed to its development? Take this quiz to test your knowledge.
The TRI reporting deadline is approaching. This infographic provides essential information to help determine if you need to report.
Professional development is essential to advancing a career in any occupation, and, of course, the environment, health, and safety field is no exception. There are many opportunities for development out there for the 21st-century safety professional, ranging from traditional certifications to supplemental training to brand-new educational programs supported by digital delivery methods. With so many […]
May is Electrical Safety Month, and the danger of electrical hazards remains a constant concern in workplaces nationwide. In fact, electrocution remains one of the four leading causes of workplace deaths in the construction industry, commonly called the “Fatal Four” by OSHA, with approximately 9% of deaths in the workplace being caused by electrocution. In […]