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Danica Miller

Recent Posts by Danica Miller:

Understanding EHS Software: A Comprehensive Guide

EHS Software, standing for Environmental, Health, and Safety software, is a technology solution that enables organizations to digitize and streamline their EHS responsibilities, ensuring a safer and compliant work environment. This comprehensive guide dives into the many facets of EHS software, focusing on key modules that drive its effectiveness.
Topics: EHS Software

A Guide to Help You Get the Most out of Safety Conferences

Safety Conferences : A Comprehensive Guide As professionals working in various industries, it's important to stay up-to-date on the latest trends and best practices in safety. One effective way to do this is by attending safety conferences. These events bring together experts and professionals from various fields to share knowledge, insights, and experiences related to safety. In this post, we'll outline the different types of safety conferences available, provide tips on how to find and attend them, and highlight some upcoming conferences in 2023.
Topics: Conferences

Reasons Why Postponing Investing in EHS Software is so Costly

Doing nothing and waiting doesn't cost you a dime, right? Wrong! Failure to provide a safe workplace and ensure compliance with OSHA health and safety regulations will cost dearly. Incorporating EHS software as a part of your company's safety management has never been more critical than it is right now. On average annually, inspections conducted by OSHA result in proposed penalties in the millions. Procrastinating in implementing EHS software is too costly, and here's why.
Topics: EHS Software

Understanding the Experience Modification Rate (EMR) and Tools to Help Improve

How Does the EMR Fit Into the Calculation of Workers' Compensation Premiums? The EMR is determined via a standard formula that considers company size, company class codes and the cost, frequency and duration of prior claims. Class codes associate the company with similar companies within an industry. Class codes come from the NCCI, if the company is within one of the 39 states that use the NCCI standards.
Topics: Experience Modification Rate

OSHA Incident Recording and Reporting: What to do When

When an employee incurs a work-related injury or illness, when are you required to record the incident? When are you required to report the incident to OSHA? The purpose of this blog post is to help guide you in complying with some common OSHA regulations.
Topics: Recordkeeping and Reporting