16 08, 2018

Staying Safe in the Heat: High Temperature Safety

By |August 16th, 2018|Health and Safety, Illness & Injuries, OSHA, Safety, Safety Culture, Safety Programs|0 Comments

There are several dangers associated with high temperatures. In excessive heat, the human body must get rid of excess heat while maintaining a stable internal temperature. Usually, the body has three main ways of cooling [...]

12 12, 2017

Business Case for Safety Inspections

By |December 12th, 2017|Return on Safety (ROS), Safety, Safety Culture, Safety Inspection, Safety Software|0 Comments

We’ve talked about how our software can improve the quality of your safety inspections, but why should that be important to you? Let’s put our software’s features aside for the duration of this article and [...]

19 08, 2016

OSHA Updates SHPM Guidelines: Six Elements of Safety

By |August 19th, 2016|OSHA, Safety Culture, Safety Programs, Workplace safety|0 Comments

Late last year, OSHA released an update to their 27-year-old Safety and Health Program Guidelines. These guidelines illustrate what OSHA values most in a health and safety program, and are essentially officially-sanctioned best safety practices. [...]

18 05, 2016

How to Efficiently Track Near Miss Incidents

By |May 18th, 2016|Incident Tracking, Near Miss Incidents, Safety Culture, Workplace safety|0 Comments

When a workplace accident almost happens but gets stopped shortly beforehand, that’s called a near miss incident. Tracking these incidents is a useful way to gather information about accidents without anyone actually being hurt, and [...]

15 03, 2016

Whistleblower Protection: Don’t Be Scared to Blow the Whistle!

By |March 15th, 2016|OSHA, Safety Culture, Workplace safety|1 Comment

Hazards within the workplace can often go undetected as safety managers and workers become complacent and accustomed to unsafe working conditions.  Even if front line workers recognize unsafe working conditions, the fear for employer retaliation [...]