Implementing 5S+1 (or 6S) makes hazards, danger and problems easy to see. It surfaces the proverbial alligators in your environment.
By Bryan McWhorter
The U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board's actions in response to the Kleen Energy disaster are one example of the impact the organization has had on the development of safety codes and standards developed and issued by standards-developing organizations following investigations by the board.
Industries in the Energy Sector are expected to comply with the 2018 final rule that revised, rescinded, or replaced requirements in the 2016 Methane and Waste Prevention Rule, rule issued by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).
World-leading organizations such as L’Oreal, Nike and Google joined experts in the fields of human capital, sustainability and occupational safety and health in signing a commitment to position the safety, health and well-being of people at the center of the sustainable business agenda.
Use these 10 tips and you’ll never submit a rough, unprofessional investigation report again.
By Barbara Carr, Editorial Director and Instructor, TapRooT®