An oil and gas industry organization has developed a set of tools intended to help make the business case for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
IPIECA, the oil and gas industry association’s for environmental and social issues, says the tools can also be used to improve internal company due diligence processes for social performance.
Latest research from flexible workspace provider Regus reveals that charity and corporate social responsibility (CSR) are a key issue for the American workforce. Workers reveal that faced between two similar job offers, they would be swayed by the company that can prove they are making a charitable contribution and giving back in some way.
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.
Kathy Seabrook, president of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), presented an overview of the top global safety and health trends to watch in 2014 on Wednesday, May 7 at an event sponsored by ASSE – “Occupational Safety & Health in Global Workforce Sustainability.” The half-day meeting was held at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.