EHS Insider Blog

7 Benefits of Using Safety Inspection Software

Creating a safe workplace that complies with all safety regulations is an ongoing process, which can be supported by regular internal audits. These self-inspections help you identify potential issues before they lead to a regrettable incident. However, in a large, complicated facility, or within an organization with multiple locations, keeping these inspections organized—and making sure they happen in the first place—is not an easy task.
Topics: audit and Inspections

10 EHS Certifications to Add to Your Resume

Certifications are an excellent method to enhance your career, obtaining more expertise in your field. Having a decorated designation on your resume can help you become more marketable and earn more money in your career.
Topics: Health and Safety

Cell Phone Driving Policy

In the United States motor vehicle accidents cost $100 billion annually. According to official US Government website, on average each year, 421,000 people are injured and 3,328 people are killed in motor vehicle accidents involving a distracted driver.
Topics: Driver Safety Safety Training

Slip and Fall Case Study

This case is Nichols v. Board of Trustees, Public Employees' Retirement System, case number A-29-12, in the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
Topics: Slips, Trips and Falls

Distracted Driving

Within the next 12 minutes someone will die in a motor vehicle accident, within the next 10 seconds someone will be injured and within just the next 5 seconds an automobile crash will occur. Distractions will be the leading cause of many of these accidents. Distractions are continuing to grow as we increasingly see the need to multi-task in every aspect of our lives in order to save time and increase productivity. This mindset only reduces our ability to focus on the task at hand - driving. An important element of any Driver Safety Program is teaching employees how to avoid distracted driving.
Topics: Driver Safety Safety Training