ACT is an organizational EHS assessment tool developed by Mark Katchen, managing principal of The Phylmar Group, that EHS professionals can used as part of the interview process when seeking employment.
Mark Katchen, CIH, and Alan Leibowitz, CIH and CSP, examine the Board for Global EHS Credentialing (BGC) Code of Ethics in the latest in Editor Dave Johnson’s exploration into ethics as it relates to safety.
It doesn’t have to be this tragic — both indoors and outdoors when temperatures reach dangerous, extreme levels. Preventive measures are found all over the internet. But heat prevention practices, in reality, are not always easily practiced, if attempted at all.
OceanGate CEO trashes safety, but in doing so, promotes its mission: “You know, there’s a limit. At some point safety is just pure waste. I mean, if you just want to be safe, don’t get out of bed, don’t get in your car, don’t do anything.”