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Keys to  introducing wearable safety technology to workers

Keys to introducing wearable safety technology to workers

Keys to Introducing Wearable Safety Technology to Workers. “Technology is taking us all over” is the most prolific comment I’ve heard lately, most recently from a crew member on a construction jobsite in the southeastern United States. When introducing wearable safety technology, EHS managers must employ knowledge, listening, and patience.

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OSHA guidance on how it will conduct COVID-19 inspections

OSHA guidance on how it will conduct COVID-19 inspections

OSHA guidance on how it will conduct COVID-19 inspections.The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued an Updated Interim Enforcement Response Plan for COVID-19 (Response Plan) to regional administrator and state plan designees on March 12, 2021. Although not directed to employers, the Response Plan offers insight into what employers should expect during OSHA’s COVID-19 inspections.

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April is distracted driving awareness month

April is distracted driving awareness month

April is distracted driving awareness month. Distracted driving has become a deadly epidemic on our roads. While drivers texting behind the wheel tops what seems like an endless list of distractions, other risky actions include talking — whether it be on the phone or to others in the car,

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Using safety program data to better mitigate future facility accidents

Using safety program data to better mitigate future facility accidents

Using safety program data to better mitigate future facility accidents. We live in an age of real-time, data-fueled dashboards that help business leaders make forward-looking decisions—in some industries. In the world of environmental health and safety (EHS), though, the reality is that many organizations still rely on spreadsheets and binders full of outdated information.

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The benefits of a post-accident investigation

The benefits of a post-accident investigation

The benefits of a post-accident investigation. Fleet managers work hard to keep their fleets as safe as possible but despite their best efforts, which include spec’ing safety technology on their vehicles and extensive training of drivers about best practices for driving safely, accidents happen.

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Best nuclear verdict deterrents: Fleet technology and planning

Best nuclear verdict deterrents: Fleet technology and planning

Best nuclear verdict deterrents: Fleet technology and planning. Deconstructing the events following a Mid-Atlantic fleet’s truck crash shows nuclear verdicts are avoidable with the proper equipment and technology.
Four years ago, John Vaccaro, president of the New Jersey-based Bettaway Beverage Distributors Inc., picked up the phone and got the news every fleet owner fears: One of his drivers was involved in an out-of-state accident involving multiple vehicles and serious injuries. Someone also required a medical evacuation.

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Maximizing Insurance assets amid extreme weather conditions

Maximizing Insurance assets amid extreme weather conditions

With recent severe weather events in Texas and other states causing significant property damage and business disruptions, companies should consider how their insurance coverage, including business interruption and supply chain coverage, can help mitigate losses.

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