EHS Succession Planning

The topic of EHS succession planning encompasses the issues and processes of identifying, developing, and training the next generation of EHS leaders. Research to date has not focused on the succession planning of safety professionals...

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Effective safety committees

Research has shown that organizations with a higher percentage of its workforce on safety committees have lower injury and illness rates. Safety committees with strong and visible upper management support are more likely to make a meaningful...

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Educated and Empowered

Survey results indicate foreign-born workers often lack safety training and knowledge of workers’ compensation. Some workers may not voice safety concerns because they do not want to challenge authority. Informing immigrant workers of their...

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Does power turn you on?

Power can bring out the worst, or best, in any safety and health professional, but knowing what motivates you and your bosses can help you manage your quest for power alongside your peers. Learn what type of motivation is your cup of tea and what...

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Distracted on the job

Identifying and Minimizing Worker Distractions can help reduce Injuries. Deadlines and pressure to meet production goals are some of the biggest on-the-job distractions, experts say. Allowing short breaks and empowering workers to speak up when...

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