While documenting every incident and hazard that occurs in your organization can be time-consuming and complicated, recording these events can be your most effective solution for EHS improvement.
Organizations already know what they excel at, but achieving certifications like ISO 9001 demonstrates those unique qualities to others. It isn’t always enough to tout your company as the best in the industry. Your customers want proof that they’re doing business with a reputable organization who takes pride in their products and services.
Not everyone realizes that a good safety program can benefit a company in some surprising ways, too. The most surprising, and perhaps the most important? Achieving a favorable return on safety investment.
The pharmaceutical and biotech industries are forever evolving, developing new innovations at breakneck speeds to make the world a safer, healthier, and better place for all. Truthfully, these innovations wouldn’t be possible without a reliable EHS and sustainability program that can keep your company moving forward without leaving anything (or anyone) behind.
Every department in your company uses metrics to track how well an area is performing, and your safety department is no exception.
Hiring a contractor for a job can prove more cost effective than adding a new team member, but it comes with its own disadvantages.
From food production to distribution, employee health and safety should always remain a top priority. Your concern for their well-being at work can directly affect their own regard for the consumers who buy the products they make. No matter what your health and safety program includes, make sure you don’t neglect these three critical components.
Your patients rely on you to take care of their physical health needs, so they might not give much thought to the overall safety you provide. But your EHS is just as important as your medical practices, both to your patients and to your team.
Fireworks bring surprise and delight to millions of eyes each year. As awe-inspiring as they may appear, it’s important to remember that fireworks are oftentimes synonymous with explosives, which means that enjoying their beauty could come at the cost of your health and safety.
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As technology improves, and conveniences like automation become increasingly in demand, machines are no doubt leading the way to our future in industry. But the human element is still very much alive in the machine-dominant landscape, and it’s everyone’s responsibility to maintain safety to ensure the jobs of both man and machine can be accomplished without incident.