Articles Tagged with ''case study''

Behavior-Based Safety Goes global

A Cairo-based consultant discusses behavior-based safety
October 2, 2013
Behavior-based safety is based on a safety philosophy that consists of these principles.


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A plant manager talks safety

Strategies to use when safety pros lack bandwidth or support staff
October 2, 2013
Many safety professionals are now expected to manage a multitude of responsibilities – often without the bandwidth or support staff needed.


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Does industry value safety?

We’ll find out in the next five years
December 5, 2011
A recent study by NIOSH examines the demographics of the occupational health and safety field.


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Damn the debt ceiling & economic bombshells

I just made an acquisition… full steam ahead!
October 10, 2011
This column’s comments are directed to the necessity of developing a proven game plan for success after you’ve “bought a new team.


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Q&A: Honeywell Safety Products CMO John Montigny

October 10, 2011
ISHN Editor Dave Johnson interviews John Montigny, Chief Marketing Officer for Honeywell Safety Products, a $2-billion business unit of the Honeywell Life Safety Division of Honeywell, Inc. 


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SUPPLIER PROFILE: Enviroguard offers new technology in disposable protective apparel

October 1, 2011
Enviroguard started in 1992. We originally made sorbents, but that business became so crowded, so we got out of that product line and started making disposable garments. 


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SUPPLIER PROFILE: Fenchurch: Experts in air filtration

October 1, 2011
Our company, Fenchurch Environmental Group, was founded over 20 years ago to offer a range of air filtration products and solutions to all industries including medical, domestic appliance, safety and ventilation. 


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An intuitive workplace

Imagery overcomes language barriers
October 1, 2011
Shamrock Foods is one of the largest food distributors in the United States. 


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CASE STUDY: Company resolves vapor issues

May 7, 2007
CH2M HILL is responsible for safely managing more than 53 million gallons of radioactive and chemical waste on the Department of Energy’s Hanford site in south-central Washington State. Part of CH2M HILL’s management responsibility includes protecting its workers from potentially harmful chemical vapors emanating from those tanks.
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Case Study: Polishing a "Star"

March 1, 2007
Hunter Douglas is a company known for shedding light on matters, quite literally. The well-known manufacturer of window treatments and coverings, including shades, sheers, louvers, blinds and shutters, makes a claim on its Web site that “Light can change everything.™”
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