Creating a new opportunity for ehs managers to keep current on changing state and federal requirements
July 17, 2015
Business & Legal Resources, the leading provider of compliance and training services for safety and environmental markets, today announced a partnership with Aarcher, Inc., a leading provider of environmental management consulting and compliance training.
Andy Cartland, founder and MD at Acre, the United Kingdom market leader in sustainability and safety recruitment, speaks to Elaine Heyworth about what safety and sustainability can learn from each other. A senior risk director, Elaine’s career spans the global financial services, railway and telecoms industries with roles at Heathrow Express, EE and Barclays Bank.
The winner of this year’s Council on Practices and Standards (COPS) Safety Professional of the year award is Thomas (Thom) Kramer, P.E., CSP Mr. Kramer is a safety consultant and structural engineer with more than 15 years of expertise. As a dually registered professional engineer and certified safety profession, he has spent much of his career consulting with clients on the investigation and renovation of facilities, which often required extensive and creative structural and safety modification.
The American Industrial Hygiene Association® (AIHA) will jointly host the first-ever China-U.S. Occupational Health Symposia with the National Center for International Cooperation in Work Safety, SAWS, China (NCICS). The symposia will take place on Sept. 15–16, 2015, in Shanghai,China, and an anticipated 400 industrial and occupational health professionals from around the world are slated to attend.
The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) has awarded four members, Richard King of Centennial, Colorado, George Pearson of Hockessin, Delaware, Bill Propes of Mesquite, Texas and R. Ronald Sokol of Friendswood, Texas, the Fellow Honor, its highest distinction, recognizing their lifetime of commitment to worker safety and their leadership in the occupational health and safety field.
On Demand We all know perception is reality and that people perceive things differently. As a safety manager, your perception of your safety program almost certainly differs from that of your workers and your managers. We will use our “Safety Selfies” to expose weaknesses, real and perceived, and to talk about how best to make improvements.