Steve Minter

Steve
Minter
Articles
Corporate Giants Fighting Climate Change
The new efforts by U.S. business giants result in more than 1,600 megawatts of new renewable energy, reductions in energy use and pollution and aid in efforts to fight deforestation.
Uncovering Your Company’s Biggest Hidden Cost
On what are companies annually wasting $20 million?
Seven Decades of Safety: The Birth of OSHA
The end of the 1960s was a rare mixture of rage and hope in the United States. While the Vietnam War continued to drag on and divide the nation, Lyndon
Young Workers at Higher Risk of On-the-Job Injury
Just 54 percent of businesses surveyed by Accident Fund Insurance Co. of America, a workers comp insurer based in Lansing, Mich., planned to provide any
OCCUPATIONAL HAZARDS CELEBRATES AN ANNIVERSARY
Occupational Hazards and Safety was founded in 1938 by Industrial Publishing Co. to help companies deal with the challenges of both safety and health
Occupational Hazards Celebrates an Anniversary
Occupational Hazards and Safety was founded in 1938 by Industrial Publishing Co. to help companies deal with the challenges of both safety and health
Making Weight Wise Choices at Work
Obesity costs companies in the United States more than $13 billion annually in medical fees and lost productivity, and is associated with 39 million lost
Mental Health: Employees Call for Better Communication
Some 94 percent of employees with medical benefits said their stress level affects job performance and 36 percent said stress affects productivity. Yet,
Work Hours: No Spinning Zone?
Of respondents to the Steelcase Workplace Index Survey, 62 percent said not having an appropriate place to exercise at work was the primary reason they
2007 National Safety Survey: Small Steps for a People Business
Is safety getting better in America's industrial facilities, service companies and construction sites? The data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics certainly
2007 National Safety Survey: Small Steps for a People Business
Is safety getting better in Americas industrial facilities, service companies and construction sites? The data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics certainly
A+A: Positive Signs for European Safety Market
Zeisler said the German market for personal protective equipment grew 10.9 percent over the past 2 years, to 1.42 billion euros in 2006. He said improved
A+A: Germany Focuses on Safety
Bruno Zwingmann, managing director of the Federal Association for Occupational Safety and Health, said the event came as government officials were working
2006 National Safety Survey: Safety's Satisfying Journey
If our interviews with some of the respondents to this year's National Safety Survey are any indication, there's more truth than ever to the idea that
Weight Loss, Company Gain
As a former college professor with a doctorate in exercise physiology and 29 published research papers to his credit, Tom Gilliam has an appreciation

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