Why reinvent the wheel when there are so many ready-made safety observances to link up to? The National Safety Council (NSC) publishes an annual list of safety meeting topics. Here are some highlights.
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For Safety Summit 2020, we’re headed to Indianapolis! The event is changing this year, with a brand new, expanded multi-track program that will cover all things safety. We will also be honoring our latest Safety Standout Award winners—will you be among them? See what to expect this April when we host our attendees in the […]
At BLR’s Safety Summit 2019, taking place April 8-10 in Austin, Texas, Sionnain McNally, OSH Services Manager for the Manufacturing Safety Alliance of British Columbia, presented a session on the need for safety professionals to broaden their perspective on workplace safety to encompass mental health, stress, fatigue, and other factors affecting employee well-being.
The EHS Daily Advisor’s 2019 Safety Summit kicked off on April 9 in Austin, Texas! Inspirational keynotes combined with the latest information on OSHA compliance and enforcement, resulting in a valuable experience for managers and professionals looking to maintain best practices and promote employee engagement in workplace safety programs.
Regulatory compliance is a big part of any workplace safety program—but as every safety professional knows, there is a very human side to safety as well. At the EHS Daily Advisor’s upcoming 2019 Safety Summit, we are going to be talking about both! Here are some of the many benefits of attending, from our inspirational […]
Join us in recognizing our latest group of runners-up for our EHS Daily Advisor Safety Standout Awards, which highlight companies and safety professionals who excel in making their workplaces safer. These outstanding professionals and companies will receive an honorable mention at our awards ceremony at the upcoming 2019 Safety Summit.
The National Employment Law Project claimed Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) enforcement activity has declined in the past two years. The report, “Workplace Safety Enforcement Continues to Decline in Trump Administration,” points to a low number of OSHA inspectors as the primary cause. The full picture, however, is likely more complicated.
For those who prefer to read rather than to listen, here is a continuation of the transcript of our recent EHS on Tap podcast episode with Regina McMichael, president of the Learning Factory and the Safety Training Ninja. Read on for more insightful safety training engagement tips from Regina, plus be sure to catch her […]
Do you prefer to read rather than listen? If so, you won’t miss out on our latest episode of EHS on Tap! Read the transcript of our latest podcast, where we have a chat with Regina McMichael, president of the Learning Factory and the Safety Training Ninja, about how safety professionals can make their training […]
Last year, OSHA authorized its regional offices to use unmanned aircraft systems (UAS or “drones”) during workplace inspections.