An effective safety program requires support and commitment from both above and below—from senior leadership, front-line employees, and many layers in between. The EHS function must often operate between these spheres, trying to gain buy-in and leverage support from multiple levels of an organization. How is your team driving safety leadership and engagement success?
Join us on Tuesday, November 19, 2019, for a free webinar with EHS Daily Advisor Senior Editor Justin Scace, who will provide a recap of conference highlights. From our preconference sessions through the main conference, the event was a great opportunity for attendees to learn from engaging expert speakers and to network and share strategies and experiences with one another.
Regulatory changes, politics, and technology are transforming the work that environmental, health, safety, and quality (EHSQ) professionals are responsible for and how they demonstrate value to executives. Join Cority’s Ian Cohen and Arcadis’s Marian Heimann as they close out 2019 and look ahead to see what EHSQ professionals should be aware of and prepared to address in 2020 and beyond.
Oh, the things a safety consultant sees! Learn from a safety pro how to build an effective safety program and create a safety culture that sticks.
Join KPA’s expert, Zach Pucillo as he shares the most common errors he sees while auditing facilities and the recommended best practices to keep your workforce safe, your company compliant, and your risk profile low. Join this webinar and you’ll leave with actionable steps that you can take today.
As safety professionals, you are always on the lookout for ways to be more proactive with safety efforts, eager to find ways to avoid unnecessary risk, and keen to learn how you can better protect your employees. With 2020 just around the corner, it’s time to prepare your fleet for the challenges ahead.
Join us on November 7th for a free webinar with BLR Senior Safety Editor Emily Scace. She’ll provide an overview of the standards on OSHA’s latest Top 10 Violations list, the steps you can take to prevent citations, and insight into current OSHA enforcement trends to be aware of.
Join us on October 31st for a free webinar with safety expert Calvin Benchimol, as he discusses how to identify data that is meaningful to your organization, as well as strategies to track/trend in real time for best results.
Join us on October 22nd for a free webinar with Hector Sanchez, President and Lead Consultant at Holistic Secured Operations, Inc. In this webinar he will address the recommended changes by defining all key elements as an essential element of a Workplace Violence Program, from tangible and obvious to the transferable and enforceable.
Many organizations have incentive programs to increase employee engagement. When it comes to safety, we see rewards for “Days Safe” and signs that say, “It has been X days since our last recordable injury.”
In October of 2018, OSHA issued a memorandum clarifying its position on incentive programs, stating specifically that rate-based incentive programs are now permissible—a shift in position from the agency’s earlier stance—as long as they are not implemented in a manner that discourages reporting. But how does OSHA define a program that doesn’t discourage reporting?
The discipline for environment, health, and safety requires the professional to collect data to measure success and identify next steps. The data can be overwhelming, but it can be incredibly useful. Often times safety pros are drowning in data they think they need to collect, but ultimately do not fully leverage because their system – or lack thereof – to analyze it is disorganized.