June is National Safety Month

Join EHS Management in celebrating National Safety Month! This is a great time to review current safety standards with your employees and take steps toward full compliance in your workplace. We understand that no two businesses are exactly the same. They may work towards a common end goal, but processes, procedures, and equipment can differ…

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Exposure in the Workplace: Bloodborne Pathogens

Workplace accidents are often defined as slips and falls, however, there is a danger in the workplace that places millions of workers at risk each year: bloodborne pathogens. Bacteria and viruses that live in blood and other body fluids can cause harmful diseases such as hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and HIV. These incidents frequently go…

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Workers’ Memorial Day: Every Worker Deserves to Make it Home Safe Every Day
Workers Memorial Day

Workers’ Memorial Day: Every Worker Deserves to Make it Home Safe Every Day

EHS Management invites you to join us in commemorating and remembering those who lost their lives while on the job on Workers’ Memorial Day. In 2017, 5,147 workers were killed on the job in the United States - on average, more than 99 a week or more than 14 deaths every day, according to the…

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Workplace Safety: Where is your Focus?

In today’s modern workplace, most safety professionals have a limited amount of time and resources. We tend to prioritize things that seem urgent and important and end up neglecting the things that are important, but not urgent. These things include developing and modifying strategy, preparation, planning, clarifying guidelines, and defining expectations. When we focus on…

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Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP)

Stormwater runoff is the result of rain or snowmelt flowing over any exposed surface, such as equipment, roofs, roads, and pastures. This overflow can pick up debris such as: chemicals, fertilizers, fecal bacteria, pollutants, and other hazardous materials. To prevent contaminated stormwater from flowing directly into nearby bodies of water, a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan…

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