Tag: leadership

EHS Leadership Week, EHS Daily Advisor

That’s a Wrap for Our First EHS Leadership Week!

After four days of leadership-focused content and events, the EHS Daily Advisor’s first-ever EHS Leadership Week is drawing to a close. We’re taking a look back at all of our offerings during this exciting event to revisit some highlights and perhaps draw your attention to a few gems you may have missed!

Safety leadership, EHS team

Health and Safety Leadership Principles

In anticipation our EHS Leadership Week events next week, ask yourself: What’s your image of a good leader? Someone charming whom people want to follow? Someone who has a cool head in a crisis? Someone with a great idea? What about your health and safety leadership aspirations? If being a good leader isn’t something that […]

Safety leader and team meeting

EHS Leadership Takes Center Stage in 2021

There is no doubt that 2020 has not been a great year for most organizations, no matter if you’re a business, a nonprofit, or a government agency. The multilayered impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on everyone’s health and wellness and has pushed people responsible for workplace safety in directions they have […]

safety audit team

Focused Leadership Skills for New Safety Coordinators

On the road to becoming a safety coordinator; environment, health, and safety (EHS) technician; etc., you probably focused on developing the compliance expertise needed for the role. Without those skills, the job is virtually impossible. As you’ll quickly find out during your first few months, though, you’re not just doing a job; you’re leading others.

Workers wearing protective clothing fixing welding and grinding industrial construction oil and gas pipeline.

7 Ways Leaders Can Raise the Standard for Worker Safety in the Pipeline Industry and Beyond

America’s pipelines are integral to our economy, supplying the country with the crude oil and gas that fuels our businesses and day-to-day activities. But while the pipeline industry may be among the most important of our country’s industries, without awareness, training, and staunch commitment to safety regulations, pipeline work can also be among the riskiest.

Safety operations meeting

Safety 2019: How Will You Design Effective Safety Improvements?

At Safety 2019, the annual conference of the American Society of Safety Professionals, taking place June 9–12 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Kristen Bell of the Krause Bell Group delivered a session titled “BBS, HOP, Leadership, & Culture: How Safety Improvement Really Works.”

Environmental Groups Send a Letter to the EPW Concerning CCR Rule

Scores of national and state-based environmental groups sent a letter to the leadership of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee (EPW) expressing their opposition to a bill that would negate many aspects of EPA’s rule governing disposal of coal combustion residuals (CCRs) from electric utilities.

OSHA Wants Your 2 cents on its Safety and Health Management Program Guidelines

OSHA has proposed updates to its voluntary Safety and Health Management Program (SHMP) guidelines, which were originally published in 1989. The Agency has invited public comment on the revisions—which could eventually form the basis for an OSHA standard—but only until February 15, so get your 2 cents in now. The revisions to the guidelines were […]