ISO 45001

Health and Safety on the Factory Floor: Q&A With Mike Albright, VP Human Resources of Manufacturing at Gildan


For companies working in the manufacturing space, taking a serious approach to improving employee safety, reducing workplace risks, and creating better, safer working conditions is a must. And with the right knowledge, commitment, and training, Health and Safety (H&S) can become a big part of a company culture. This is what we discussed with Mike Albright, Vice-President of Human Resources of Manufacturing at Gildan, to learn how the Company has prioritized, standardized, and accelerated H&S on the factory floor at its 30+ factories worldwide over the last three decades.

An Emerging and Growing Workplace Issue: Psychosocial Risks


People are the heart of any organization, and ensuring their psychological well-being is a critical part of managing the overall occupational health of the organization’s human capital. Psychosocial workplace issues, broadly referred to as “stress” have been present in the workplace for as long as there have been workers. However, the past 18 months and the COVID-19 pandemic have exacerbated some of the usual issues.

Toss the Templates: Making Your Written Programs Actually Work for You


The introduction of the ISO 45001 standard has put a renewed emphasis on written health and safety programs, and while not all organizations pursue certification, many are basing their approach on this model.

Antea Group’s blog has the guidelines on how you can develop a written health and safety plan that is effective and can be practically implemented for your organization.

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Keeping up With ISO 45001: Being Proactive and Preventative With Risk Assessments


ISO has developed a new standard, ISO 45001, Occupational health and safety management systems - Requirements, to help organizations reduce the burden of occupational injury and disease and make workplaces safer.

Antea Group’s blog provides a background to this standard, its difference from OSHAS 18001, its implications for your business, and how being proactive in risk management is imperative to keeping your workers safe.

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