EHS Roundup – November 2015
This blog post from Michael Belcher, CSP, the president of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), highlights five global trends that are affecting the Occupational Safety and Health profession, and how ASSE is responding to them.
EY recently conducted a survey of EHS and Sustainability (EHS&S) IT Enablement among 43 Canadian companies to better understand how IT is being used to support the EHS&S processes. This article gives four signs that help identify if your EHS&S system is failing you.
This article by Kelley Norris on OH&S provides four best practices regarding the implementation of a new safety program throughout an organization, especially for companies with multiple sites around the world.
BLR recently surveyed 500+ safety professionals to see if technology can make safety simpler and more effective. This instructive infographic from EHS Daily Advisor gives insights into the results. A link to the full safety and technology report with survey results is also provided.
Paul Leavoy at LNS Research provides his take and analysis of Americas 2015 that gathered over 500 EHS, Sustainability and Risk professionals. The article focuses especially on integrating risk management tools, and the growing set of mobile solutions in EHS management.
ISO 45001 is a standard on occupational health and safety management systems. It will replace OHSAS 18001 once it is published in October 2016. This post on the EHS Works blog provides a detailed status on the development of this very important ISO standard for EHS professionals
This video created by Shell shows how the oil and gas company is addressing safety by launching a helicopter-based search and rescue service. The initiative is part of the efforts to get ready for Prelude, Shell’s giant floating facility in northwestern Australia that will liquefy natural gas at sea.
In this article, Safety+Health magazine provides a very practical summary of a 13-step plan that aims to improve construction worker safety. The plan was issued by the Associated General Contractors of America and Carolinas Associated General Contractors.
Last month, OSHA announced preliminary figures for the 10 most frequently cited workplace safety violations for fiscal year 2015. This very helpful and cool infographic by Creative Safety Publishing provides a quick overview of the top violations, along with the number of citations for each standard.
This post on Enablon Insights highlights the importance of being aware of implementation pitfalls to avoid and best practices to adopt. It also talks more about a webinar on How to Ensure a Successful EHS MIS Implementation & Long-Term Payback that we hosted, and for which a recording is available.
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