EHS 4.0 is upon us. Many companies are leveraging technology to facilitate, organize and grow their Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) programs. The influx of technology and EHS information management systems have made it more convenient than ever before for companies to collect and store EHS related data. However, it is one thing to collect data, but it is quite another to use data to make positive change.
Alcumus eCompliance, the number one mobile safety software solution in North America, officially accomplished its corporate mission to eliminate 1 million workplace injuries and incidents by the end of 2020. The team of safety nerds are humbled to announce they have exceeded the 1 million injuries & incidents prevented as of November totalling: 1,062,938.
Using Berg's new virtual, expert guided service, called GUIDED COMPLIANCE, small manufacturers learn how to build and manage their own customized environmental, health & safety program to achieve OSHA, EPA & state environmental regulatory compliance & reduce related risks at a fraction of the cost of traditional methods.
VelocityEHS announced the launch of a new global chemical & OEL database as part of a major enhancement to its Industrial Hygiene (IH) software solution. The database makes it easier to track and manage workplace stressors and occupational exposure limits (OELs) across virtually all locations and regulatory jurisdictions.
As employees return to work, many employers may find they have fallen behind on workplace EHS training. Others find they need to modify training in light of social distancing guidelines that restrict large gatherings of workers with in-person classroom sessions or on-site consultants.
Odor complaints stink. No, really — when your facility’s neighbors report a foul or unusual smell coming from your site, it often feels like you’re on a timed search for a needle in a haystack. Unfortunately, this search costs you time and money, so you need to find the source of the odor — fast.
Among the articles in the January 2021 issue of ISHN Magazine, we continue a series on whistleblowers, offer support for lone workers and provide an exclusive analysis of OSHA under the Biden Administration with commentary from a variety of experts.