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Reduce Risk with Wearables

Nicole Radziwill IoT and IIoT are just beginning to reveal demonstrable improvements to workplace safety and quality. Find out how wearables can reduce the risk of slips, trips, and falls. Quality management systems...
February 13, 2020 More
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Don’t Let Slips and Falls Bring You Down

Sandy Smith Ice and snow, oily surfaces, slick floors, and trip hazards not only can cause slips and falls that injure employees, they can kill employees. We’ve all taken a fall on ice or a slippery surface....
February 12, 2020 More
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Playing the Numbers - Rating Your EHSQ Performance Using Incident Reporting and Leading and Lagging Indicators

Sandy Smith The old analogy from author and management consultant Peter Drucker - “What gets measured gets done” - is top of mind when thinking about what measures give the most valuable information to an...
February 11, 2020 More
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Advance Sustainability with ISO 26000

Nicole Radziwill Sustainability is just one facet of a strategy for social responsibility. Find out how ISO can help you evolve your organizational structures and governance for even greater impact. Although many...
January 30, 2020 More
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Putting Together a Winning EHS Team

EHSQ Alliance Affiliate EHS is a team sport. Does your organization have what it takes to win? By Jessica Sarnowski, Head of Content Marketing and Thought Leadership, Enhesa Growing up in a household with a big time New...
January 29, 2020 More
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The Power of a Robust Safety Culture

Patricia Panchak Putting safety first sparked a turnaround in engagement and business at the Goodyear Racing Division. If you doubt the power of a robust safety culture, you’ll want to learn more about the turnaround...
January 27, 2020 More
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Digital Twins Accelerate Sustainability

Nicole Radziwill Does your organization care about sustainability? If so, leveraging digital twin technology can help you surge ahead to meet your future goals. A digital twin is a software-based replica of a...
January 23, 2020 More
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OSHA Raises Maximum Penalty Amounts

EHSQ Alliance Contributor OSHA again is increasing maximum penalties for violations of workplace health and safety regulations. On Jan. 10, 2020, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced another...
January 22, 2020 More
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Improving the Quality of Sustainability Reports

Nicole Radziwill Does your organization report sustainability outcomes via the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)? If so, these 5 tips from auditors will help you improve the quality of your reports. The Global...
January 16, 2020 More
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EPA: Existing Owners of Upstream Oil and Natural Gas Facilities Can Perform Self-Audits to Return to Compliance

Sandy Smith EPA offers a new temporary program in an effort to improve compliance, environmental outcomes. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has temporarily expanded its voluntary self-audit and...
January 13, 2020 More
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How the Elliott Review Can Help You Protect Your Food Supply Chain

Graham Freeman Is your lamb curry actually lamb? High profile examples of food adulteration represent only a sample of the kind of food fraud that takes place on a regular basis. Most people have heard about the EU...
January 10, 2020 More
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IIoT for Quality and Supply Chain

Nicole Radziwill Where should you place internet-connected IIoT sensors and controllers, and what information should they provide? Discover one researcher’s recommendations. The power of the Industrial Internet of...
January 09, 2020 More