Observational Learning Remains Relevant for Safety

Observational Learning Remains Relevant for Safety

“I learned it from watching you.” Does anyone remember that line from the 1987 anti-drug PSA? The commercial is a little dated, but the concept is sound. People really do learn from those around them. It’s a concept called vicarious or observational learning, defined as learning that happens indirectly through observation rather than through direct, […]

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Blockchain for Your Supply Chain

Blockchain for Your Supply Chain

2017 was the year that blockchain technology came of age. For those of you operating in the world of bitcoin currencies, you’ll be familiar with blockchain as something that has been around for many years acting as a fundamental building block of the wealth of digital currency markets. For everybody else, it is still fairly […]

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Land Use Guidance Could Help Stop Environmental Destruction

Land Use Guidance Could Help Stop Environmental Destruction

The recent assessment made by Forest Trends’ Supply Change project looking at the more than 500 public commitments made by companies to remove forest destruction from their supply chains, made for interesting reading. In summary, the report claimed current disclosure on how companies are getting on in creating deforestation-free products to be “insufficient” with quantifiable […]

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8 Tips from World-Class Wellness Programs

8 Tips from World-Class Wellness Programs

There’s nothing like a generous, corporate wellness program to get bright, talented techies flocking to your company’s door. Perks might range from a discounted gym membership, onsite health center to volunteering incentives and family-centered policies. But the general idea is that such schemes attract and retain talent, and act as a competitive differentiator. According to […]

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Get to Know Your Respiratory PPE

Get to Know Your Respiratory PPE

Respirators are crucial pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE), necessary whenever airborne particulate matter might be inhaled into the lungs. Across a variety of industries—healthcare, construction, manufacturing, emergency response—respirators are used to keep workers safe. There are two basic types of respirators. The first type removes contaminants out of the air. These include particulate respirators […]

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