We are all doing triple the amount of work that we need to do, and most of us don’t even know it! At the same time, we are making things more difficult for everyone around us. The saddest part is that we’ve been doing it for a long time.
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A hundred years ago today, on April 14, 1912, the RMS Titanic collided with an iceberg on her maiden voyage. Travelling from Southhampton to New York with over 2,200 people onboard (including 900 staff), the ship sank within three hours. Around 1,517 people died, with only 710 surviving. The main reason so many died was that the ship only had lifeboats to save 1,178 people, due to outdated maritime OH&S regulations at the time.
Working in quality for your organization, you may be aware of the OHSAS 18001 occupational health and safety management standard. But what does this mean for the young OH&S professional looking to get started in their career, or just getting started with health and safety software systems? IBS has researched and compiled the following selections as a basic go-to glossary guide for organizations required to adhere to this standard.
Once a new company initiative has been launched, it is often felt that all the hard work has been done. The reality is that it is only just beginning.
As a safety professional, designing a safety communication campaign can be a difficult task.
When workplace safety is made a priority, it does more than minimize legal and regulatory risks. OH&S issues can have a tremendous impact on company reputation and workplace productivity – yet many companies fail to invest time and resources into managing these issues.