• Safety and Inclusion: The Enlightened Alliance

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    This year for National Safety Month, CF Industries explored safety through a broader lens. In the past, CF’s focus has been on physical safety – for example, are you in the line of fire, are you protected from rotating equipment, are chemicals kept in the pipe. That approach helped us achieve many safety records along the way.
  • Organizations Must Prepare for Regulatory Change

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    Environment, health, and safety (EHS) managers know that theirs is a profession of constant change. EHS is founded on a cycle of continuous improvement, and moving beyond compliance is a perpetual goal towards which to strive. However, EHS professionals should expect a greater than usual level of change in the coming months and years—and it’s imperative to be prepared.
  • How We Integrated Safety With Office 365

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    IT integration is the top concern for EHS software buyers. And, in a time when business is more reliant on IT than ever, disparate systems can be an even bigger problem for EHS teams. However, it’s a challenge the Safety department at one New Jersey utilities company has been able to solve. Read their story here.
  • ISO 45001: Your Questions Answered

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    Get answers to some of the most common questions about ISO 45001, including: preparing for ISO 45001, understanding the standard and terminology, addressing health and safety during a pandemic, mental health and well being, and integrated management systems.
  • 4 Keys to a Solid Safety Audit and Inspection Program

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    When was the last time you took a long, honest look at your environment, health, and safety program? If it’s been a while, or you can’t remember—or if you’ve never conducted a safety inspection or audit before—it’s time to get to work.
  • 5 Tips for Better Safety Message Designs

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    Engaging safety communication starts with good message design. Bold headlines and clear copy are just the foundation. Check out these five essential tips that will help your safety messages be more attractive, effective and engaging.
  • How Are Sustainability Goals Faring as a Result of COVID-19?

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    Given the increased demands on EHS & Sustainability in terms of time, attention and resources that are being devoted to managing the global pandemic, the question on the table is: What impact this is having on a company’s ability to meet their EHS & Sustainability objectives?
  • Extending The Digital EHS&S Platform for Covid-19 Response & Risk Mitigation – Practical Perspectives

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    As the Covid-19 pandemic transitions worldwide to a focus on operational continuity, organizations increasingly need ways to manage and mitigate the risks from Covid-19 in the workplace.
  • EHS Leads Companies' COVID-19 Response: "An EHS Leader Knows How to Implement"

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    The EHS function is at the center of their company’s response to COVID-19 and EHS leaders are uniquely prepared to take on the management challenges created by this pandemic.
  • Key Policies, Practices and Preparations for Employee Re-Entry

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    Based on benchmark research and conversations with members, this 10-item checklist represents the key issues that NAEM members felt belonged on any EHS leader’s re-entry agenda.
  • EHS&S: On the Front Lines of COVID-19

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    EHS&S leaders are on the front lines managing the corporate response to COVID-19. Facing a worldwide, constantly evolving threat to their organizations, these professionals are working around the clock to protect their workers and create safe workplaces.
  • David Eherts: EHS Success is About Employee Engagement, and Employee Engagement is About Belief

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    To get a company to walk the EHS&S walk, it takes employee engagement at the “boots on the ground” level just as much as the C-suite, advises Dr. David Eherts, Vice President of Global EHS at Allergan. There are two keys to engaging employee support in EHS: Employees need to believe that the issue matters, and employees need to believe that their actions matter.
  • Can Technology Help to Build a Culture of Safety?

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    Technology is sometimes seen as a barrier or an alternative to safety culture programs, or as a tool for corporate control. Learn how technology is in fact a great force multiplier that can help drive strong engagement in behavioral safety programs.
  • How Technology is Underpinning Powerful Improvements in Health and Safety Culture

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    Learn how technology can be leveraged in order to create a better, positive safety culture that help to identify and mitigate near misses and risky behaviors.
  • Cultivating a Meaningful Career Through Passion, Professional Development and Perseverance

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    I stay engaged in my work because people need to make a living to support themselves and their families. I look at my role as someone who works “behind the scenes” so that they can perform their duties and not get injured.
  • How to Transform Your Company's Safety Culture by Creating a Shared Belief

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    How do you get employees to actively engage and participate in your organizations safety efforts? How do you motivate employees to positively impact safety performance and culture? How do you turn your entire workforce into a safety improvement team? A 'shared belief' has the power to make it happen.
  • Dominion Energy Ohio Partners with Veriforce to Improve Management of Contractor Safety

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    Dominion is one of the country's largest producers and transporters of energy, making safety their number one priority. Learn about the programs and practices Dominion utilizes to ensure safety in their workplaces.
  • Fleet Safety Moves Into the Fast Lane

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    Glancing at a text message during a red light or eating a meal on the fly may not seem like serious business risks, but for companies with large vehicle fleets, distracted driving is a growing concern.
  • From a Similar Foundation, Many Solutions for Managing Compliance

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    When EHS&S leaders met to benchmark their compliance programs at NAEM's EHS Compliance conference, one takeaway was clear: There’s no ‘right’ way to manage compliance.
  • Giving EHS Risk Equal Footing in Financial Discussions

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    As an EHS professional, do you ever have difficulty pitching an EHS improvement project? Even in a strong safety culture company, how do you get the EHS projects to compete with the high-revenue capital projects?

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