In this survey report, we explore how organizations are implementing their PPE programs in the field alongside effective administrative policies and employee training.
In this survey report, we examine how companies are addressing the hazards presented by objects dropped from height. We uncovered: Dropped Object Incidents The Dropped Objects Standard Tools and Instrumentation PPE Training Download the survey results to learn what respondents had to say about their state of safety.
In this survey report, we examine how companies are managing the safety risks that naturally occur in supply chains consisting of multiple contractors and vendors.
In this survey report, we examine state of safety. The goal of this survey is to provide the safety industry with valuable insight into current challenges, but also facilitate safety improvements and record progress annually.
Our 2019 EHS Salary Guide will help you evaluate if you are being paid a fair amount for the responsibilities you are shouldering—or if you are paying the right amount to retain hard-to-fill positions but not overpaying on others.
The importance of EHS can never be assumed or taken for granted – it must be clearly and consistently demonstrated to be a business asset in order to be successful. With this survey, our aim was not only to learn how this business case for EHS is being built in the real world today, but also to […]
Our 2018 Safety Progress Report includes all of the findings from the new survey, as well as year-over-year comparisons. See how well EHS pros and their organizations are moving the safety needle in a positive direction, eliminating challenges, and checking off the required boxes necessary to meet the very important objective of protecting workers in all industries.
This survey sought to understand how organizations are approaching First Aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillator (AED) training. Sent to a population base of approximately 200,000 BLR Media subscribers. 1,052 EHS professionals interacted with the survey, 636 of whom proceeded through to the end of the questionnaire.
Our Participation-Based Safety Survey sponsored by eCompliance® was launched in early May 2017. By the time the survey closed about one month later, 502 environmental, health, and safety (EHS) professionals had shared their insights into how their companies are encouraging employees to actively participate in safety initiatives in order to promote consistently safe behaviors on the job.
Find out what respondents had to say about participation-based safety.
The goals for this survey and the Annual Safety Progress Report based on its results were multifaceted. Our aim was to not only provide the safety industry with valuable insight into current challenges, but also to help facilitate safety improvements with relevant resources throughout the year and record progress annually. We wanted to perform research that would help ensure we are all moving the safety needle in a positive direction, eliminating challenges and checking off the required boxes necessary to meet the very important objective of protecting workers in all industries.
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