Can safety practitioners help combat corporate social responsibility? Should they? They can and they should through a new “servant leadership” role, according to Karen E. McDonnell, Ph.D., who is with the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health IOSH in the UK.
One of your readers recently emailed: “I have always found it interesting that the ES&H function in a significant number of corporations is managed, note I did not say led, by executives who have failed somewhere else in their corporation and are clueless when it comes to ES&H activities.”
The Institute for Safety and Health Management (ISHM) is offering a two for one special for the remainder of 2013
November 7, 2013
ISHM is offering two applications for one application fee for the remainder of 2013. ISHM recognizes the value of multiple certifications and desires to assist qualified members in obtaining two valuable certifications.
Most prestigious EHS honor given to an organization
October 28, 2013
The National Safety Council (NSC) is inviting organizations from around the globe to apply for the highest honor in environmental, health and safety – the 2013 Robert W. Campbell Award. Presented annually, the Campbell Award is given to an organization that integrates EHS management into the very core of its business operations.
While some businesses still use paper and spreadsheets to handle the needs of complex health and safety management programs, in the past couple of decades thousands have turned to more streamlined software products
In 2012, it’s hard to believe that archaic paper and spreadsheet-based systems are still widely used to handle corporate environment, health and safety management programs, yet this remains a fact of life for businesses around the globe, and the same is no less true in the oil and gas industry.