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The 'Deadliest Catch' No More

Efforts by the fishing industry, Coast Guard, and National Marine Fisheries Service have all contributed to the fleet's improved safety.

Boomeranging: Five Methods For Revitalizing an Aging Workforce

Wise companies have attempted many strategies for mitigating the drag-down effects of older workers while trying to maximize their strengths.

Facilitator or Steering Team? Leading BBS from Within

The BBS facilitator will need to have a consulting mindset to determine the best approach and a teachable point of view to know what methodologies to leverage.

Overcoming Limiting Safety Leadership Mindsets

Leaders who think in terms of "repeat offenders" are unlikely to consider contributors other than the ill-intended motivations or habits of those injured. Besides not solving the problem, this approach often backfires.

CDC's Guideline Is a Much-Needed Start

The National Safety Council put it even more succinctly, so that no one could miss the gravity of this situation: 52 people in America are dying from prescription opioid overdoses every day.

Safety Precautions Always—Even When the Cameras Roll

A spokesman for HSE said, "By law, employers must take reasonable steps to protect workers—this is as true on a film set as a factory floor."

Recasting Advanced Cultural Leadership

Set your own and others' expectations that cultural change is a process.

Controlling the Climate of Safety Culture

Commitment, caring, cooperation, and coaching can all be observed. If employees do not see progress in these four areas, the safety culture will never grow toward excellence.



Opening Personal Mindfulness

Leaders have to first embrace reality, then help others do the same.

In-Vehicle Technologies to the Rescue

NHTSA Administrator Dr. Mark Rosekind and U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced a proposed $4 billion federal investment to accelerate the development of safe vehicle automation.

For Loyalty, Trust, and Engagement, Manage Experiences

I'm willing to pay more for service that delights me and continues to exceed my expectations. A simple search in your favorite browser will show a plethora of research that demonstrates I'm not alone in that regard.

Forward Pressure for Courageous Leadership

People are typically uncomfortable with change. That's why making things happen entails dealing with others' fears.

Contractor Safety Management: Aligning Strategy and Culture

Far too many organizations are still focused on activities and rates.

Starting Over on Nuclear Waste Storage

The strategy is to establish a pilot interim storage facility that mainly will accept used nuclear fuel from reactors that have already been shut down; a larger interim storage facility; and one or more long-term geologic repositories.

Key Ingredients: What Makes a Safety Strategy Effective

Organizations that tend to outperform others do so with highly engaged employees who feel like they are in the know regarding the company strategy and their evolving role within it.

No Strain Safety

We've worked in this field for three decades and have seen numerous organizations with dramatic soft-tissue injury risks have been able to realize up to 80 percent reductions in such injuries.

'360 Strategy' Tackles Heroin, Rx Drug Abuse

"This three-sided strategy . . . could be a model for many other communities," said Gary Tuggle, DEA Special Agent in Charge for the Philadelphia Division.

Mindfulness: Moving Beyond Trends Toward Performance

Leaders can help build a more mindful workforce.

Behavior-Based Safety: A Visual Workflow Model

Successful organizations concentrate on a few specific precautions identified by data that will focus efforts to prevent injuries and incidents.

Increasing Safeguards for Crude Oil Trains

The July 2013 derailment in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec, of a crude oil train triggered many federal actions in Canada and the United States as crude oil shipments by rail skyrocketed.

Industrial Hygiene Product Showcase

  • Donaldson iCue™ Connected Filtration Monitoring

    Donaldson iCue™ Connected Filtration Monitoring

    Donaldson's iCue™ Connected Filtration Monitoring technology is designed to remotely monitor a facility’s dust, fume, and mist collection equipment and provide operational insights. When connected to your facility’s dust collection system, the iCue service, can track three sets of operational data relevant to EHS professionals including differential pressure (dP), particulate trend monitoring, and relative airflow. The iCue connected filtration service monitors all three conditions and provides real-time data for accurate compliance reporting. 3

  • BAND V2 Wearable Heat Monitor/Alert

    BAND V2 Wearable Heat Monitor/Alert

    Need help with your heat program to meet the OSHA Heat-related Hazards NEP? The SlateSafety BAND V2 arm-worn monitor provides 24/7 connected real-time monitoring of heart rate, exertion levels, and core temperature. BAND V2 alerts workers and OH&S professionals before heat exposure injuries occur. Tough to withstand harsh environments, yet comfortable for workers and easy to use for you, BAND V2 can optimize work/rest cycles, promoting safety and productivity. Its powerful web-based platform and the new Go Mobile App helps you connect and protect workers from heat stress in real-time. Visit SKC at AIHce Booth 601 for a demo! 3

  • Ventis® Pro5

    Ventis® Pro5

    The Ventis Pro5 is the most flexible connected gas monitor on the market, giving you the power to protect workers from up to five gases, manage worker safety from remote locations, and simplify team communication to take the guesswork out of gas detection. It automatically shares real-time gas readings, man-down, and panic alarms between peers – meaning the entire team knows who is in danger and why. By sharing real-time data, workers can also maintain continuous communication without the need for additional infrastructure or devices. Visit us at AIHce booth #927 to learn more! 3

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