Safety Management Blog

Insights and trends to help you better manage your EHS program to improve compliance & workplace safety

Incident Management Software
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SafetyStratus Research Advisory Group

What Is the Purpose of Incident Management in Businesses?

System failures, utility shutdowns, equipment malfunctions, human errors—all of these can disrupt an organization’s operations. Accidents can happen, but a company’s established preparedness processes will contribute to any unforeseen event’s overall impact. Have there been efforts to mitigate the potential

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Measuring and Improving Observations
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Cary Usrey

Measuring and Improving Observations

Employee involvement is a key component of many safety management systems. However, companies often struggle to find meaningful ways to get every employee engaged. Employee involvement tends to end up constrained to small, fringe groups comprising only a fraction of

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Electronic SDS Management
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SafetyStratus Research Advisory Group

Challenge Accepted: Electronic SDS Management

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) hazard communication (HazCom) standard has been around since the 1980s, yet it continues to be one of OSHA’s most-cited violations. The adoption of the Globally Harmonized System of Classifying and Labeling Chemicals (GHS)

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Safety Training
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SafetyStratus Research Advisory Group

Safety Training – Is Everyone Receiving the Training They Need?

A robust safety training program is a critical part of every successful company’s safety plan. The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) requires that employers provide training to workers who face hazards while at work. Safety training makes workers aware

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Leading Safety Metrics
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Cary Usrey

Capturing and Using Leading Safety Metrics

Safety professionals collect data. It doesn’t make a difference if your focus is general safety, occupational hygiene, or a combination of the two. Performing safety observations, collecting air samples, and contributing data analysis to make inferences on potential hazards are

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