EHS Insider Blog

10-Step Process to Minimize Vehicle Accidents

This 10-Step Process provides guidelines to assist an employer in improving traffic safety performance and in minimizing the risk of motor vehicle accidents. Following these steps will help to ensure that only eligible drivers drive on company business, hire capable drivers, train them accordingly, supervise them effectively, assure proper company vehicle maintenance, and hopefully keep your motor vehicle insurance costs as low as possible.
Topics: Driver Safety

How to Build a Strong Foundation for Your Workplace Safety Program

Every manager knows the importance of having a comprehensive safety program in place. However, it is easier said than done. Whether you are just starting your safety program or revamping the existing one, it can be confusing to know where to start. Just as with anything else, when building or creating something new, it is crucial to build a solid foundation. This is true for your workplace safety program as well. Here's what you need to know about creating a strong foundation that will allow your workplace safety program to be successful today and easily scalable in the future.
Topics: EHS Software

5 Universities that Provide EHS Degress

If you are a frequent reader of this space, you already know: Environmental Health and Safety is a crucial field in today's business environment to ensure a safe workspace for employers and their workers across industries. Without a strategic approach to workplace safety, you may not only endanger employees, but also violate OSHA regulations and jeopardize business success.
Topics: EHS Software

5 Tips for Employee Safety in the Parking Lot

Companies want to keep employees safe, whether they are on the job site or in the company parking lot. By following these five tips, companies can help ensure everyone's safety in and around the company parking lot. Here are five tips to help keep employees safe in the company parking lot.
Topics: Parking Lot

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