Making note of a new training requirement from OSHA that affects every company.
What if we're not offering a course you particularly need? Now you can fill out a quick form and we'll let you know when the course is ready.
Recap of a discussion with participants of the Depot and Arsenal Executive Leadership Program.
Review of a mysterious book that presents a variety of quality-improvement tips for witches, wizards, and various types of supernatural beings such as vampires, zombies, and ghosts.
What are the recent developments in automating Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) performance? Yes - you guessed it - Mobile Devices (MD).
Recently OSHA issued a challenge to build tools to educate the public about safety and health in the workplace.
We are pleased to welcome one of the newest members of the "Manufacturing Makes It Real" Network, Durham's ACW Technology.
We're all back to work for 2012, and I think it's going to be a great year! In fact, today I'm meeting with my senior leadership team to plan out how we're going to tackle this year's challenges. While we're doing that, I thought I'd start 2012 with a look back at last year.
Holli Singleton, NC State's MESH Certificate program manager here again but not with the obligatory list of holiday safety tips. This year, I'm deviating from the traditional precautionary statements like “No more than 20 extension cords per outlet” (Or is it just 2?) and “Don’t eat yellow icicles," and offering 5 of my own tips, safe or otherwise, to help maximize your seasonal fun.
With Value Based Purchasing (VBP) on its way, hospitals’ financial viability is dependent in part on improvements in quality and patient safety. The intent of this article is to demonstrate some key elements necessary for potential breakthrough results.
Have you considered adding the MESH certificate to your list of credentials as a safety professional?
A great addition to your resume, the MESH Certificate highlights your EH&S, OSHA compliance, injury prevention, and waste management expertise.
Summertime is coming. Three ingredients – water, rest and shade - can be the best prevention steps to avoid a heat related illness. Working in hot and humid conditions can increase the potential for employees to become sick, and in some cases, die. OSHA reports that each year thousands of workers suffer from heat related illnesses, including fatalities, that can be prevented. In the southeastern region of the United States, high heat and humidity can be expected throughout the summer months and into the fall.
I hear the familiar descriptions as students introduce themselves when attending our OSHA Training Institute (OTI) courses. “I’m new to the responsibility of safety and health”, or even better, “Last week I was informed that I am the new Safety and Health Coordinator”.