EHS Professionals

Practical Ways EHS Professionals Can Utilize Software to Make Their Jobs Better (Part 1)

As technology continues to advance, Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) professionals are presented with new opportunities to improve their work processes and enhance workplace safety. Software has become an invaluable aid for EHS professionals, offering practical solutions to streamline tasks, … Read More

Safety observers

Improving Safety Observer Performance in 7 Simple Steps

Safety observers play a critical role in ensuring the safety of workers in various industries. They are responsible for identifying hazards, evaluating risks, and recommending measures to prevent accidents and injuries. To improve safety inspector performance, it is essential to … Read More

Predict Safety-Related Events

The Drawbacks of Trying to Predict Safety-Related Events

The ability to predict safety-related events can be a useful tool in the campaign for companies preventing incidents and protecting the safety of their employees and the environment. Receiving a notification prior to a pending event and having the power … Read More

EHS Software

Practical Applicability: 3 Ways EHS Software is Adding Value

Safety is an increasingly important aspect of work, especially when it comes to retaining employees and attracting new talent. However, with a dwindling workforce, how are companies able to keep safety a priority? In recent years, technology has become an … Read More

Measuring and Improving Observations

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 … Read More

Leading Safety Metrics

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 … Read More