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A new report from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) shows that oversight of the curbside bus industry has not kept up with the rapid growth of the increasingly popular form of transporation
ISHN Editor Dave Johnson interviews John Montigny, Chief Marketing Officer for Honeywell Safety Products (HSP) a $2-billion business unit of the Honeywell Life Safety Division of Honeywell, Inc. Honeywell Safety Products (HSP) acquired Sperian Protection in September of 2010 combining with the earlier acquisition of North and Norcross to form HSP.
Last week in the foothills of the Catalina Mountains north of Tucson, AZ under cloudless cobalt blue skies and 90-degree temperatures approximately 500 senior level environmental health and safety professionals met for two days at the 19th Annual NAEM EHS Management Forum.
It'll be the biggest event of its kind ever seen in Kuwait. More than 500 safety professionals from around the world will gather in Kuwait next month for the Sixth International Health, Safety, Security, Environment (HSSE) and Loss Prevention Professional Development Conference (PDC) and Exhibition hosted by the American Association of Safety Engineers' (ASSE) Kuwait Chapter.
As the trial of the former chief of security at the Upper Big Branch Mine gets underway this week, the United Mine Workers (UMW) are calling the 2010 fatal explosion at the mine an act of “industrial homicide.”
Many safety programs never really get off the ground, despite being well-planned and well-intentioned. They are unable to overcome the inertia in the organization.
PureSafety recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in North America on Deloitte’s Fast 500 List
PureSafety, the leading provider of workforce health and safety software, has ranked for the fourth consecutive year on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 list of the fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology companies in North America.
Last August while trolling for votes at the Iowa State Farm, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney created a media stir when, egged on by an irate protestor, said, “Corporations are people, my friend.”