EHSDA Shorts: Safety Climate vs. Safety Culture

On this week’s episode of EHSDA Shorts, we hear from Kathi Dobson, Safety Director at Alberici Constructors, Inc., on her thoughts on the difference between safety climate and safety culture.

EHS On Tap E144: How to Improve ESG Initiatives

On episode 144 of EHS On Tap, Chris McClure, a partner in the advisory services group at Crowe, talks about how to improve ESG initiatives.

Infographic: Emergency Action Plans

What can employers learn from a well-rehearsed emergency action plan (EAP)? According to OSHA, almost every business is required to have an EAP. After evaluating your current EAP, is there more that could be done? How often should employers communicate their EAP to employees? Here’s what you need to know about emergency action plans. Check […]

Faces of EHS: Christine Sullivan on Diversity and Being a Woman in EHS

Christine M. Sullivan, CSP, ARM, has 30 years of safety and health experience. She currently is the president of the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP), a nonprofit whose goal is to develop safety and health management systems that prevent injuries, illnesses, and deaths. She is also the senior vice president and risk control director […]

EHSDA Shorts: Defining Safety Culture

On this week’s episode of EHSDA Shorts, we hear from Dr. Tim Ludwig, author of and professor at Appalachian State University, on his thoughts about the definition of safety culture.

Infographic: Motor Vehicle Safety

Cars, trucks, and other motor vehicles are used in all kinds of industries to conduct business. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), 1,982 fatal occupational injuries were due to transportation incidents in 2021. Roadways, unlike other workplaces, are not closed environments, and so according to OSHA, preventing work-related roadway crashes requires strategies that combine traffic safety […]

EHSDA Shorts: Making Safety a Basic Human Right

On this week’s episode of EHSDA Shorts, we hear from Dr. John Austin, the CEO and Founder of Reaching Results, on his thoughts about company leaders making safety a priority in their organizations. Tune in to hear his insights.

Infographic: Demolition Safety

Demolition is a dangerous process that yields many worker injuries and fatalities. According to OSHA, the hazards of demolition work can be controlled and eliminated with proper planning, the right personal protection equipment (PPE), the necessary training, and compliance with OSHA standards. Here’s what you need to know about demolition safety. Check out our Back to Basics: […]