Knowing where to go, in large part, begins by objectively assessing where you are. This podcast will review the five levels of safety program maturity, and walk you through a quick-scan tool that lets you know where you are, and how much it may take to get you to where you want to go. This is based in part on the presentation at ASSE’s Safety 2013 conference – “Sustainability at any Speed,” and is designed to be more of a description of what really qualifies at each level. Verification metrics will be a key part of the presentation.
Take a step further inside your organization‘s C-Suite by becoming the “Safety Business Partner”. Based on information gathered from interviews with corporate leaders, you will learn their candid responses to their “wish list” and be guided through the process of planning for and becoming the partner who satisfies C-Suite expectations.
The American workweek has evolved into a medley of extended shifts, rotating shifts, and flexible schedules. Workers may experience physical, social and psychological stresses with shift work, and fatigue may contribute to increased injury rates in various industries. This presentation will help attendees understand and recognize the risks associated with shift work and will discuss specific measures to help employers and employees prevent or reduce fatigue and its potentially serious consequences.
This podcast will examine the state of epigenetic science and reproductive health outcomes, and provide evidence-based strategies for SH&E professionals to promote reproductive health – before, during and after pregnancy.
Zero incident programs and goals are the desires of average safety cultures, not excellently-performing ones. Join the founder and CEO of ProAct Safety, Terry Mathis in this podcast that will put you on the path to building a world-class safety culture!
Safety professionals are constantly on the go so mobile communication devices are becoming essential work tools and are giving users a competitive edge. There are many types of mobile communication devices available but tablets (i.e., iPads), which have been around for a while, are showing great promise in daily use as new technology has allowed for more intuitive interfaces that allow the user to streamline processes and improve efficiency through time efficiencies, cost reduction and improved communication.
More and more manufacturers are using robots to produce goods and components in large quantities. Robot systems are also being used in other applications such as warehouses and shipping. Unfortunately, even with all of this automation, injuries and fatalities can still occur.
In this podcast, learn what you can do to prepare for the next wave in manufacturing safety!
Join former head of OSHA, Ed Foulke in this special ASSE podcast as he discusses how, more than ever, safety managers can contribute to the success of their company by knowing how risk management from a safety perspective impacts many labor and employment areas.
In this 45 minute podcast, you’ll learn how new technologies make it beneficial to look at your confined space safety procedures differently, from analysis to area gas monitoring.
This podcast by Zack Mansdorf will focus on describing the best practices in industrial hygiene categorized by the five basic tenants of the science and art. These tenants are anticipation, recognition, evaluation, prevention and control. For each of the tenants, there will be a discussion on the “best means” to achieve the goal of the tenant. The session will also describe rationale for inclusion and the limitations for each of these best practices.