The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) approves of OSHA’s newest white paper.
The oldest professional safety organization says “Sustainability in the Workplace: A New Approach for Advancing Worker Safety and Health,” shows that the agency is recognizing the opportunity the corporate sustainability movement provides to encourage better commitment to worker safety and health.
When you think about “sustainability,” what comes to mind? Energy consumption, emissions reductions, polar bears, recycling, the triple bottom line? Most commonly it is a concept that has been associated with the environmental impacts of activities and decisions, but sustainability is about more than being green; it’s also about people.
Adding to its list of global leaders in safety, the Center for Safety and Health Sustainability (CSHS) is pleased to announce the addition of Fay Feeney to its Advisory Board. Feeney’s knowledge and experience in risk management and corporate governance will help advance the CSHS vision for safe, healthy and sustainable workplaces for all.
A study by the Center for Safety and Health Sustainability (CSHS) reveals troublesome gaps and a lack of transparency in occupational safety and health (OSH) sustainability reporting among organizations rated highly for sustainability performance.