The Campbell Institute Library offers high-quality vetted materials to help organizations in their journey of continuous improvement. The following three articles are a look at the collection of best practices in EHS leadership, strategies and tactics that can be found in the Campbell Library.
Demystifying the current academic buzz words around the subject and using examples from politics and popular culture. The author explains why leadership style doesn't just influence safety culture but largely determines it.
When looking at employee health and well-being, it must be recognized that a worker's health is produced by two factors: 1) what workers bring with them to the workplace, in terms of heredity, personal resources, health practices, beliefs, attitudes, and values; and 2) what the workplace does to employees once they are there, in terms of organization of work in both the physical and psychosocial sense. In this article the business case is made for supporting both of those factors and a healthy workforce.
The need to ensure compliance with EHS regulations and concern over the risk of an adverse event is driving an increasing number of manufacturers to reevaluate their EHS program. This article provides a roadmap to an effective EHS initiative within an organization, and supporting technology solutions that can help organization get on track toward not only being in compliance, but to go beyond that.
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