Tesla is proud to announce that it has made an effort to make its factories safer for all of its employees. The company’s total recordable incident rate (TRIR) has dropped by 25% since 2016. Tesla is now in line with industry average rates.
On January 1st, 2017, OSHA put a new health and safety rule into effect. The new rule requires employers to submit their injury and illness data into an electronic reporting system. The record-keeping rule is formally known as The Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses rule.
Solar energy isn’t exactly new technology, but recent developments and improvements have placed the energy source leaps and bounds over where it was just a decade ago.
As a nation, we've come a long way in EHS since the bad old days of "cheap accidents" on the assembly line 100 years ago. Now, thanks to new EHS technologies, we're even safer and more efficient.
If you have watched the Olympics, you probably noticed the lifeguards around the pools. In a setting where Olympians swim, you may be asking yourself: "Why the need for lifeguards?"
With the Oculus Rift headset taking the tech industry by storm, there's a lot of buzz around virtual reality, even in EHS circles and in HR offices throughout. Virtual reality has been a promising tool in the area of workplace safety training, as experts look for ways to improve the outcome of training programs.
We're pleased to be recognized as an innovator in Verdantix's latest report, "Smart Innovators: Incident Management Software."
Space technologies are booming again. Several private enterprises keep making the news with reports that they've hit yet another milestone. The latest development comes from Elon Musk's SpaceX.
February is American Heart Month, a tradition since 1964. During this month, everyone is encouraged to raise awareness against heart disease, which is the number one condition in the country. Research has established that almost half of Americans have at least one major risk factor they are unaware of.