In the fast-paced world of Environment, Health, Safety, & Sustainability (EHS&S) there are always new stories, trends, innovations, and insights which can get overwhelming at times! Social media can be a great resource for EHS&S professionals today
Following the right accounts on social media can help you stay up-to-date on the latest and greatest in EHS and sustainability. But who are the right people and organizations to follow?
As the holiday season approaches once again, it seems appropriate to revisit a timeless classic and all of the surprisingly relevant lessons it has to offer. Of course, we’re talking about none other than “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.” We’re taking notes and drawing tips from its beloved protagonist on how to mitigate EHS hazards.
Excerpts from the 2021 Medtronic Integrated Performance Report
Our business success and growth of our financial capital depend upon our ability to provide safe and effective products and services. By paying close attention to product quality, we build and maintain trust with our key stakeholders and uphold our reputation with patients and healthcare professionals.
The quality, safety, and reliability of our products are essential to the well-being of patients receiving our treatments and vital to delivering on our Mission. We never compromise on quality, and we monitor it throughout every stage of our value chain.
Pop quiz! What are Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) and why do they matter to you? If you’ve heard of them but aren’t really sure what they are, you aren’t alone. PFAS compounds have been part of commercial products and manufacturing for decades and have been increasingly linked with health and environmental risk, thus drawing increasing levels of public scrutiny and regulation.
Safety is a key priority when engaging in any kind of construction project, especially those with many high-risk activities, like working at heights or in confined spaces. Construction safety specialists are important resources on any construction project, and they can help you ensure that your project is completed with a minimal number of safety incidents.
Safety is the number one priority at Dow. We want every person to return home safely every day. Safety also is a business proposition. Strong safety performance usually translates to greater operational reliability, which means more satisfied customers.
To achieve great safety performance, you need every person on board. At Dow that means 35,700 employees and tens of thousands of contractors. Every person needs to personally own safety and look out for their co-workers, every hour of every day.
We’re committed to workplace safety, and the proof of it is in the numbers.
Safety has been a primary focus of our culture for two decades, always driven by the aspiration of zero injuries. Many of our plants have had long periods without injuries occurring, so we know that our aspiration is possible. In addition, we have been successful in integrating safety into our acquisitions, rapidly improving their safety performance to be consistent with our legacy operations.
New Sortation Solution Enables Autonomous Package Processing And Improved Optimization
MEMPHIS, Tenn., October 6, 2021 /3BL Media/ – FedEx Ground, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX), has recently implemented Berkshire Grey’s Robotic Product Sortation and Identification (RPSi) systems at its station in Queens, NY. Berkshire Grey, a developer of Intelligent Enterprise Robotics solutions, executed the RPSi systems to robotically sort the thousands of small packages that arrive daily in bulk into containers bound for other specific hubs and stations across the FedEx Ground network.
Like many firms in the Engineering and Consulting industry, 2020 proved to be a challenging business environment for us. Employees were forced to work from home, much of our routine work was put on hold or delayed, and clients quickly required a new set of services to help them navigate COVID-19-related business challenges.