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Safety Management Insights

The Top 5 Safety KPI's You Should Be Tracking

Posted by Doug Shoemaker on Feb 18, 2020 2:07:04 PM

The focus of this article will mainly be leading indicators as KPI's. A lot of companies track lagging indicators, which are still good, but the leading indicators will actually help you to prevent the expenditure of money rather than just mitigating it.

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Common Electrical Hazards: What Are They and How to Prevent Them

Posted by Jeson Pitt on Feb 12, 2020 11:56:27 AM

Electrical equipment is a common sight in residential as well as commercials spaces. People in these spaces who work either directly or indirectly with electricity are always exposed to electrical hazards. A majority of the electrical hazards can be avoided with a proper understanding of the electrical equipment and some simple precautions on their usage. Described below are some of the most common electrical risks. By following few precautions, electrical hazards can be prevented at residential as well as commercial premises.

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How to Reduce Liability During a Construction Project

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on Feb 10, 2020 11:28:40 AM


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Who Should Lead Your EHS Program

Posted by Doug Shoemaker on Jan 20, 2020 1:27:48 PM

When you think of your company’s EHS program does a single name, title, or department come to mind? If so, it may be time to reevaluate how your organization handles EHS!

Confining EHS to one person, or office, in your organization does not allow you to have a flourishing safety culture and may actually be hurting your company.

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How Defective Equipment is Bad for Business

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on Jan 14, 2020 11:56:11 AM


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What is EHS software?

Posted by Doug Shoemaker on Dec 30, 2019 5:30:51 PM

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Different Types of Fires and How to Fight Them

Posted by Doug Shoemaker on Dec 12, 2019 10:44:22 AM

There is no doubt that accidental fires are dangerous and need to be put out immediately. However, not all of them can be extinguished the same way. Depending on the fuel of the fire, it can be classified into one of five categories. The category indicates the type of extinguisher that's effective against that specific fire type. Once you learn about all the fire types and how to put them out, you will be able to act faster in case of an emergency.

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How to Improve Worker Safety in the Construction Industry

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on Dec 11, 2019 10:39:20 AM

With so much heavy machinery and dangerous tools being used, working on a construction site can be one of the most dangerous jobs to do. Maintaining the safety of your construction workers is imperative for not just their sakes but for the sake of the job as well. A shortage of workers can mean time lost completing a job as well as lots of money in workers' compensation. By following the following suggestions, you can help to ensure a better working environment in the construction industry.

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10 Ways to Make Your Safety Training More Engaging

Posted by Doug Shoemaker on Dec 9, 2019 8:45:00 AM

Let’s be honest: Most workers don’t exactly see safety training as the most fun part of their jobs. They may understand its importance — particularly if they’ve faced hazards themselves — but it’s rare for an EHS professional to speak to a room full of fired-up, enthusiastic trainees.

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Why Workplace Clutter is a Hazard

Posted by Kevin Shoemaker on Dec 2, 2019 1:15:40 PM


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