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  • How Machine Learning is Opening New Possibilities for SDS Ingredient Indexing, Chemical Management, and EHS

    By: Greg Duncan, MELP, CSP Aatish Suman, MS
    February 22, 2024
    Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) are the bedrock of workplace chemical management and hazard communication. However, SDSs are highly technical, often lengthy documents that can be difficult to interpret, even for trained EHS professionals. To make important SDS information readily accessible and easier for workers to apply, employers prefer to have key information extracted from SDSs and stored in a structured, easily referenced repository such as a chemical management software system. This process is referred to as SDS “indexing.”
  • The Key to SIF Prevention: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Controls

    By: Jean-Grégoire Manoukian
    February 20, 2024
    The latest statistics for fatal work injuries in the U.S. reveal an alarming trend that sees many organizations moving in the wrong direction. The number of SIFs remains too high and there must be greater urgency given to prioritizing SIF prevention efforts. A robust program is needed to evaluate the effectiveness of controls for SIF prevention.
  • EHS & Sustainability Professionals Going Beyond Compliance

    By: Nicole Wilkinson
    February 7, 2024
    As the NAEM Board of Directors begins a new term, I wanted to take a few moments to reflect on where we are as a profession. And as the new Chair of the Board, I will work to ensure that NAEM continues to develop best-in-class programs and deliver value to our members and organizations that they support.
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