What are some common behaviors? How do we change those behaviors? What are some practical examples of behavior-based safety (BBS)? Those are the questions Sophia Sushailo of 3M talked about Tuesday morning at AIHce.
According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, workers' compensation fraud costs American businesses, workers, consumers and shareholders nearly $7.2 billion per year. There are several types of workers' compensation fraud, and fraud can be committed by just about anyone.
The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) has crafted a plan for reshaping OSHA that would focus the agency on risk management and productive policies and fill legislative and regulatory gaps that limit its ability to better protect workers.
Managers of U.S. companies facing market pressures to meet earnings expectations may risk damaging the health and safety of workers to please investors according to recent research from the Naveen Jindal School of Management at UT Dallas.
HeliOffshore and GE Aviation have signed an agreement to develop and implement digital solutions for a global safety data management system for the offshore helicopter industry. The system will be deployed in phases beginning this year.
J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. introduces OSHA Diagnostic Audit
March 9, 2017
Companies can now get greater insight into their OSHA compliance performance with the new OSHA Diagnostic Audit service from J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.
“Many companies have asked us for an even more robust solution for managing safety and compliance,” said Steve Murray, senior director of consulting services at J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc.
Cutting your food at dinner, driving to the store to get milk, walking through puddles on the floor from your shower, and navigating around a dog toy at 2 a.m. have all caused someone varying degrees of pain at some point.
Environmental, Health, Safety & Sustainability software helps organizations reduce risk, ensure compliance and improve business performance. When engaging in daily activities in the workforce it is crucial to follow best practice capabilities to manage corporate and operational level programs.
Entering 2017, your typical EHS pro is a 53-year-old male, a baby boomer, with at least 20 years of experience in the field, primarily practicing in a safety function. He works for a privately-held company and makes $75,000 per year.