In 2016, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) empowered miners with a new wearable device according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. NIOSH researchers have documented that a continual personal dust monitor has created a 90% decrease in dangerous levels of dust for miners reducing pneumoconiosis (black lung).
Columbus, Ohio Wastewater Treatment Plant improves working conditions with Eckel acoustic panels
May 30, 2017
It’s a fact of life in every industrial facility: Heavy machinery and a cavernous room are a bad combination. The noise generated in such an environment quickly becomes intolerable, not to mention dangerous for those working there.
When it comes to workplace safety and health programs, good faith can be the key element that transforms your safety program from a binder full of onerous rules and policies into a way of life and an integral part of your corporate culture.
EHS leaders across the globe know that it’s not enough to only manage the safety culture of their own organization; they are also responsible for the actions of the suppliers and contractors their organization hires.