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Do You Have the Courage to Care?

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We all experience moments of distraction, but in a manufacturing environment, distraction can lead to injury. Courage to Care is a commitment to have the courage to intervene when you see someone not paying attention, doing something wrong or cutting corners. You do this by showing genuine care for those around you because we are all responsible for safety, and our families are counting on us to come home each day.

Do you have my back? Because I have yours.

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In Case of Emergency: Plans to Prepare Your Business for the Unknown


Preparing for the unknown as a business can be daunting. With emergencies, you never know what could happen that could lead to downtime, lost profit, injury, or even data loss. Everything from natural disasters, which are becoming more common due to our warming planet, oil spills, security breaches, stormwater pollution, and even on-the-job injuries fall under the category of emergencies you need to plan for. Creating a comprehensive business continuity plan is vital to staying open after an emergency.

Wearable Technologies and Massage Create a Healthier and Safer Workplace


CNH Industrial and its brands in the agricultural and construction equipment sectors considers the health and safety of its employees a high priority. But with physical jobs, strains resulting from lifting, pulling and repetitive actions on plant production lines can still occur.

7 Memorable Slip, Trip, & Fall Videos to Inspire a Culture of Safety


Loose rugs or mats. Accidental spills that are yet to be discovered. Poor lighting. Clutter. All signal slip, trip, or fall incidents that are waiting to happen—and oftentimes, they’re preventable.

Plan-Do-Check-Act: How to Build and Maintain an Effective EHS Management System


EHS management systems vary by organization, but all serve the same end-goal: to support a safe and healthy workplace AND reduce risk to the environment. Many effective EHS management systems implement the Plan-Do-Check-Act approach, which defines the actions the organization should take to plan, implement, review, and continually improve their management system. This approach focuses on continuous improvement and applies to all processes within an organization.

Health and Safety Committees Gone Virtual


Across the globe, companies have been in a constant state of pivoting to address new concerns with the COVID-19 pandemic. What hasn’t changed are the basic Occupational Health and Safety guidelines we follow. Even though offices are shuttered, or workforces reduced, that doesn’t mean that your Health and Safety Committee can fall by the wayside. Countries, states, or provinces such as Ontario, France, Germany, or Japan, are still requiring meetings despite the shift to virtual work.

Relevant Health and Safety Meeting Topics

7 Steps for Conducting Ergonomic Assessments in Lower-Risk Facilities


EHS managers of lower-risk facilities know that providing a safe, healthy, and comfortable work environment is key to employee productivity and engagement. As a result, many EHS programs include an ergonomic component, beginning with conducting an ergonomic assessment.

The 7 Steps for Conducting an Ergonomic Assessment Include:

Peer Collaboration Event: How to Exist in the Workplace - Moving Forward


On June 17, 2021, Antea Group lead a virtual peer collaboration event for clients and contacts within the Consumer and Industrial Goods (CIG) industry. The call’s agenda was focused on providing clarification and insights on how companies exist in the workplace as we continue to move forward in the COVID-19 pandemic.

How to Prepare for OHSA's COVID-19 National Emphasis Program


In March, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released their National Emphasis Program (NEP) focused on COVID compliance.

OSHA’s COVID Focus and How to Be Prepared!

The goal of OSHA’s new COVID-19 NEP is “to significantly reduce or eliminate worker exposures to SARS-CoV-2 by targeting industries and worksites where employees may have a high frequency of close contact exposures and therefore, controlling the health hazards associated with such exposures.”


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