The America's Safest Companies Awards Program, founded in 2002, is a prestigious safety award recognizing companies who have achieved innovative and strategic safety goals, similar to those reflected in our previous winners.
To be considered one of America's Safest Companies, organizations must demonstrate: support from management and employee involvement; innovative solutions to safety challenges; injury and illness rates lower than the average for their industries; comprehensive training programs; evidence that prevention of incidents is the cornerstone of the safety process; good communication about the value of safety; and a way to substantiate the benefits of the safety process.
The application process for 2017 opens May 1. Check back on that date to download the application.
The 2017 Safety Leadership Conference and America’s Safest Companies Award Program will take place September 11-13 in Atlanta, GA at the Hilton Atlanta. This event is designed to share best leadership, risk management, compliance and safety practices with EHS professionals hoping to achieve world-class safety at their companies.
28 sessions across 5 performance tracks; Safety & Risk Management, Compliance, Construction Safety and Safety Technology
Certain places are more responsible than others for tipping the scale in favor of bad health. To identify them, WalletHub’s analysts compared 100 of the most populated U.S. metro areas across 17 key indicators of weight-related problems. WalletHub’s data set ranges from share of physically inactive adults to projected obesity rates by 2030 to healthy-food access.
Outdoor and indoor workers alike are gearing up for the first day of spring, also known as the beginning of allergy season to many.
According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), tree, grass and weed pollen, mold spores, dust mites, cockroaches, and cat dog and rodent dander are among the most common allergies Americans face.
Although facing them may seem just like another daily task to some, the AAFA estimates that allergies contribute about $17.5 billion in healthcare costs along with 6 million lost work and school days.
In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.
If he were alive today, Ben Franklin also may have added escalating healthcare costs to the list.
Not only are employees asked to contribute more to the cost of their healthcare policy, but employers are providing wellness programs and incentives to change behavior and ultimately improve employee health and reduce costs.
Smart investments in wellness can work to bring costs down, as Franklin also said, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
With 120,000 work-related foot injuries per year and ever-expanding product options, selecting the right footwear for your employees can be a daunting task.
EHS Today's March 2017 issue highlighted six tips to choosing the right work boots, beginning with comfort and ending with maintenance.
Here are four brands with recent innovations that were featured in the print edition. Click through the slideshow to view their products.
Each month, EHS Today features the latest product innovations that are geared to enhance your workplace safety initiatives. See the latest products from companies including 3M, Bayco Products Inc., MCR Safety, UL, Honeywell, ClickSafety, AutomationDirect, FallTech, CEA Instruments and Emergent Safety Supply.
To view the product descriptions and photos, use the arrows to move back and forth through the slideshow.
The Ladder Association, the UK organization behind the annual “”Idiots on Ladders” competition, has returned, this time with the Ladder Leaders/Ladder Losers competition.
From Oct. 1 through Nov. 11, followers of their Facebook page had the opportunity to post photos of ladder losers and leaders.
In his keynote address “How to Make Your Efforts Count: Feeling Good v. Doing Good” at Safety 2015 in Dallas, author Bjorn Lomborg argued that the trick to creating effective and measurable change is in solving the right problems. By that, he means tackling the larger root problems instead of finding immediate fixes....More