If you could improve one thing about your EHS department, what would it be? Fewer accidents? Better employee training? Making better use of your data? Creating a stronger safety culture?
If you spend an entire day observing the workplace behaviors of your team, how many safety issues do you think you would notice?
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.
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?
Whether you’re building a single home or an entire strip mall, you do whatever it takes to keep your construction project on schedule and within budget. But your profits (and your reputation) can come to a grinding halt with just one safety slip up on the job site.
The pharmaceutical industry exists to provide relief, alleviations, and, some may say, “miracle drugs” for various health issues, but the remedy to cure life-dependent safety issues remains elusive to many pharmaceutical companies.
Your employees provide the backbone of your company, and keeping them healthy and safe on the job is a top priority, especially in a work environment like manufacturing plants and factories. But safety isn’t something that comes naturally to a company; rather, it’s something that must be practiced and refined daily.
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.
When incidents happen, no matter whether they result in injuries or near misses, it’s important to investigate every detail. The safety of your workers depends on it.