Work-Related injury management presents challenges for employers and other stakeholders. Identifying the 10 common pitfalls in work-related injury management is crucial to health and safety professionals in companies of all sizes and in any type of industry. This webinar covered the following:
Have you heard the phrase, "be more careful next time" when talking about workplace incidents? Incident management goes deeper than employee action. We need to know what about the process leads good people into bad situations.
安全部门如何吸引领导者推动整个组织的安全 绩效 br>
This webinar is presented by Len Jannaman, who recently joined UL EHSS as a VP of EHS Sustainability Services after completing 33 years with DuPont in manufacturing and business management, including 10 years as a leader of their external safety consulting business.
Creating and Sustaining a Culture of Health and Safety (part 1)
More than 313 million global work-related accidents occur each year – with a high percentage of those accidents resulting in significant time away from work. Each accident bears a personal and financial cost for the worker and the employer. Yet, many companies still take a corrective outlook on employee health and safety, dealing with accidents as they happen, rather than focusing on preventive measures and safety benefits.
从事故到审计 – 提高绩效并降低风险 随着管理系统
Effective EHS performance management is fundamental to meeting your legal obligations and mitigating risk across your organization. Software solutions can help minimize the cost and complexity of managing these issues. In this webinar, we want to reduce this confusion by showing you a live demonstration of our software, instead of endless PowerPoint slides.
Creando una Cultura de Seguridad y Salud: Por qué importa la gestión de incidentes (Parte 3)
Why Traceability Matters: Reducing Social and Environmental Risks in Your Supply Chain
In 2014, the Thai shrimp industry faced allegations of human trafficking and forced labor on off-shore fishing vessels in international waters, as well as environmental allegations of overfishing and harm to marine ecosystems. Both wild and farmed shrimp were subject to the social and environmental allegations.
Three Steps to Improve Your Reporting Process
As investor interest in sustainability performance grows and companies come under more regulatory pressure to disclose their impacts, businesses are increasingly directing significant resources to external reporting. Disclosing progress in line with rigorous reporting frameworks such as GRI, CDP, SASB or DJSI as well as responding to respected analyst surveys is integral to improving transparency and lowering reputational risk.
Incident Management in the Digital Age
Complying with ever-evolving regulations presents an ongoing compliance challenge for EHS professionals. Many companies are now leveraging advanced software tools to manage EHS activities across their entire organization including ensuring compliance, responding to incidents, and managing actions. Verdantix, an independent analyst firm, has recently released the Smart Innovators Report focused on incident management software. This analysis details the latest innovations provided by leading software providers that to help firms protect employees and make the most of their incident management programs.
UL EHS Sustainability and RobecoSAM will be hosting a series of webinars that will cover topics concerning the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes and up to date sustainability issues for the Brazilian market. For this first webinar, we will present a discussion on the RobecoSAM Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA) methodology used for constructing the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices and the reputational risks impact on sustainability performance.