This year might offer the widest representation of industries we’ve ever had for America's Safest Companies. These companies represent industries as diverse as heavy construction, agriculture, oil and gas, light and heavy manufacturing, food manufacturing, refining and nuclear power. Despite the obvious differences in their industries, these 10 America’s Safest Companies share a passion for safety and the environment, and treat EHS as a building block necessary for global business success.
PJ Dick, Trumbull and Lindy Paving is working to bring industry rates down by “blending its safety and project operations into a single function,” as demonstrated during the construction site tour at the 2016 Safety Leadership Conference in Pittsburgh.
More than 2,500 attendees from 400 different industries descended on a rainy Orlando, Fla. Aug. 28 to Sept. 1 for the 32nd Annual VPPPA Safety and Health Conference.
While a famous magical mouse was not seen during the conference, which was held at the sprawling Gaylord Palms Resort, participants had the opportunity to listen, discuss and learn about a variety of safety and health topics offered in hundreds of workshops and panels.
Each month, the print edition of EHS Today brings you the latest in footwear, clothing, gloves, training, software and more.
Here are the latest products and services we featured in our August 2016 issue.
To view product descriptions and photos, use the arrows to move back and forth through the slideshow.
EHS Today’s National Safety Survey is taken annually by hundreds of safety professionals across many industries who want to share their goals, experience and challenges. This year’s survey focuses on finding out what leading indicators managers are using to track safety, what injuries are most common in the workplace and how/if OSHA’s public database might impact future safety initiatives.