If you want safety culture at your workplace, you should have certified safety consultantA Safety consultant is the person who gives advices and aides the employees with respect to health and safety of both small and large size such as manufacturing factories, engineering, construction, mining and so on Likewise the safety consultant guides you to rectify the solution for issues by enhancing the health and safety standards, policies as well as by limiting injuries and mishaps at work…See More
Compliance4All, a leading provider of professional training for all the areas of regulatory compliance, is organizing a webinar on the topic, “Complaint Handling” on February 6. Peggy J. Berry, President & CEO at Synergy Consulting, will be the speaker at this webinar.Please visit http://bit.ly/2GFGiXr to enroll for this webinar.—————————————————————————————————————A complaint says a lot about a product. It helps the manufacturer to reflect on where it…See More
I'm sure that there are multiple sites that have the same issue that I have: overweight and unhealthy employees. I have numerous times sent associates to the doctor or even home when they don't feel…Continue
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Research at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health site in Morgantown is delving into a new method of disinfecting ambulances and other emergency vehicles that have transported…Continue
We hope you enjoy our holiday video! To celebrate the holiday season, Health Education Solutions is offering 15% off ACLS and PALS recertification courses when you use the code "HES11" (valid for…Continue
I have a question for the group.I'm the HSE support and the EMT for our plant.The AED we have is 7 years old this March.We have had to replace battery twice and pads regularly as they expire(again in…Continue
One of the biggest questions that my employees have is why don't we keep Tylenol, Ibuprofen, diarrhea, migraines, cramps, etc... on site for them. My management staff has asked as well. My comment is…Continue
Started by Jason A Beck. Last reply by Ben Lenchner Jul 27, 2009.