Environmental, health and safety audits are a natural part of any organization, but that doesn’t make them any less intimidating. Whether you're new to EHS audits or you’ve done hundreds of them, you want to make sure the time you spend on audit tasks will be effective, profitable, and beneficial to your organization.
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.
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.
With the brow-raising security breaches in politics and e-commerce the past couple years, the same question on many minds remains: How secure is my data?
As energy demand continues to grow, and productivity grows too, managing the health and safety of workers in oil and gas refineries becomes even more crucial.
Finding the right safety software for your operations isn’t exactly easy. But even more challenging can be getting the approval and support from the C-suite execs to greenlight your safety software investment.
As an EHS manager, you’re undoubtedly concerned with positive change in the workplace. There’s no shorter route to transformation than an effective audits and inspections program.
A company that masters the art of EHS reporting can prevent future safety incidents. To create reports that lead to actionable insight, you’ll need to track lots of data and create a culture that encourages proactive safety measures at all levels of the organization.
From basic data management to advanced integrations, these six software modules will make your safety system more useful and powerful than ever.
Dangers abound for fleet drivers who often drive long distances before their workday is over. That can lead to distraction, fatigue, and more. Make sure your drivers are safe with this handy checklist of basic safety principles.