Occupational Health and Safety
Health and safety is a legal requirement and serves to protect your employees
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Planning your Health, Safety and Environment file
One of the banes in the lives of contractors and people employing contractors is the “Health, Safety and Environment file” that the law requires. This file is a legal agreement between the contractor and the customer. It is called a “File” because the paper required will not fit
Hazards and Risk Assessments | Part 2
This article is the second in a series on Hazard and Risk Assessments, and addresses the requirements of a contractor’s Health and Safety file, which is legally required when a contractor works on a customer’s site.
Hazards and Risk Assessments | Part 1
This article addresses the requirements of a contractor’s Health and Safety file, which is legally required when a contractor works on a customer’s site. I will describe the Hazard and Risk Assessment process, but you can use the same format for the Environmental Aspects and ...
Protecting your maintenance crew in a food facility
Maintenance is a workplace activities that can affect health and safety not only of the workers directly involved, but also of other workers if safe procedures are not followed. When we consider health and safety hazards in a food facility we often only think about the production
Cleaning chemicals safety checklist - avoiding accidents
Looking for a safety checklist for cleaning chemicals, that will help you and your staff handle them safely to avoid unnecessary accidents? This will help.
Hepatitis A and the Food Industry
Frozen tuna recalled due to hepatitis A | Another frozen berry recall over Hepatitis A fear | Scallops recalled after hundreds of people contract hepatitis A. Alarming headlines like these are a stark reminder of the need for an international focus on this preventable disease
Safety Maturity: 3 Crucial Elements of Best-in-Class Safety - Part 4
It's important for manufacturers to have a solid understanding of their safety technologies and techniques. Companies can do this by determining which of the following categories they best fit into, in part 4 of this article series.
Safety Maturity: 3 Crucial Elements of Best-in-Class Safety - Part 3
In part 3 of this article we look at one of the significant challenges for manufacturers - determining how to bridge the disconnect between engineering and EHS. Often, the larger the company, the larger the gulf is between these two groups.
Safety Maturity: 3 Crucial Elements of Best-in-Class Safety - Part 2
Find out how your company measures up when it comes to safety. A safety culture generally is indicative of the broader company culture.
Safety Maturity: 3 Crucial Elements of Best-in-Class Safety - Part 1
Find out how your company measures up when it comes to safety.The human cost of occupational accidents is vast. Worker safety is a fundamental human need and requirement in industrial settings. It protects workers, prevents unnecessary downtime and satisfies standards compliance.
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