Academia

A Transformational Journey to Change a Culture

The major focus of any safety professional, department or organization is to protect the safety and health of the employees under their purview. Going home as healthy as they arrived is an ideal vision to adhere to when developing and … Read More

Bullying: The Breakdown

In early 2018 Sherry Moss, professor of organizational studies at Wake Forest University, was approached by a woman struggling under a verbally and mentally abusive adviser– the subsequent investigation led to her recently published research article regarding the atmosphere of … Read More

The Future in Nuclear Energy

On September 4th, MIT News writer Francesca McCaffrey published a timely response to the MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) report titled “The Future of Nuclear Energy in a Carbon-Constrained World.” This report came as one of a collection, each exploring a … Read More

Human Lifespan

Prolonging the human lifespan is “the biggest thing that is going to happen in the 21st century,” says Harvard biologist, David Sinclair. The idea of the Bionic human, is conceptually one of the earliest schemes of science fiction. Thoroughly investigated … Read More

Dinosaurs in Our Time

YaleNews writer Jim Shelton has been following the findings and publications of Yale assistant professor and assistant curator Bhart-Anjan Singh Bhullar and his team for the past few years. According to Shelton’s 2015 research review, Bhullar’s lab has been successful … Read More

Technological Advances Reducing Outbreak

Technological advances come in all shapes and sizes. They serve many different purposes, and solve many problems, from how to help you connect with people around you to how you view the world. Technological advances are how we translate growth … Read More

SafetyStratus College and University Award

February 18, 2018. The American Chemical Society (ACS) division of Chemical Health and Safety (CHAS) has announced the winner of the 2018 Safety Stratus/ CHAS College and University Award. Douglas Walters, the 2018 CHAS Awards Chair, states that, “The award … Read More

Civil Rights and Safety

Last week we celebrated Martin Luther King Day. Martin Luther King Junior was a civil rights leader whose voice shook the foundations of America and resonated throughout the entire world. In the United States we celebrate King’s life on the … Read More

Safety For Success In 2018

The 11th most popular 2018 resolution is to find a better job, according to a 24/7 Wall Street’s survey. The correlation between the popularity of this resolution and the abysmally low 32% of American employees surveyed who claimed to be … Read More