Safety

Donesafe is excited to participate at NSC Northeast 2020 Conference

2 min read Regional National Safety Council Northeast – NSC Northeast, is a localized safety event held in Pittsburgh, PA United States. Donesafe will be attending this event to meet face-to-face with safety professionals and key decision-makers in the Manufacturing, Construction, Services, Government industries and many more. Part of the wider National event NSC Congress & Expo, […]

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7 Reasons Why You’re at Risk Without a Safety Management System

6 min read When asked if they’re doing enough to minimize risk and protect employees, most employers would probably answer yes. While it is very unrealistic that every company is making the utmost effort at safety management, it is easy to see why they might think so. Factors such as reasonable expenditures on safety and […]

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How to Build a Safer Workplace: Top 3 Safety Tips for 2020

5 min read We interviewed 60+ safety professionals on the best solutions for common challenges within the workplace health and safety space. We asked safety professionals what they considered the most important topics in order to achieve current and future organizational goals.  How do you benchmark against expert-led leaders in safety? AND Where do you […]

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Gun Violence: Workplace Safety, Prevention, and Training

4 min read Sometimes it’s easy to take the safety of our workplaces for granted. High-risk situations, especially those involving conflict and violence are the kinds of incidences that happen to other people and never us. Gun violence, in particular, is something no one likes to imagine they would be involved in or could possibly […]

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EHS Management Institute Survey Reveals Spending Plans And Technology Priorities For 2020

Safety benchmarking data – EHS Management Institute – 2020.  Independent benchmarking research was taken by the EHS Management Institute, with contribution from Donesafe, ‘The People’s Safety Software’, released its annual survey of over 70 EHS professionals across more than 25 industries.  65% of the respondents – safety leaders responsible for reducing risks in the environment, […]

Donesafe is excited to participate at EHS Management Institute 2020

The EHS Management Institute Conference brings together EHS leaders with 20 guest speakers, 60+ attendees, and 15 Partners over the two-day event. Donesafe, a key sponsor at EHS Management Institute which is taking place in Braselton, Georgia US on January 26 – 28th 2020. The key messaging and structure for the event focuses on developing Innovative, […]

Avoid these 5 common workplace safety mistakes

What makes a health and safety system truly successful? Good question. Knowing the rules and following them is one piece of the puzzle: think recordkeeping, incident tracking, regulatory compliance. Just as important, though, is avoiding major safety mistakes. Although this sounds obvious, some of the biggest workplace safety mistakes can be difficult to recognize and […]

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Recordkeeping Done Right: Filing the OSHA 300 Forms

Everyone knows that proper recordkeeping is one of the keys to a successful EHS strategy. But with countless regulations to track and different forms to fill out, how do you make sure you’re staying on top of the requirements? Today, we discuss one of the most well-known incident reporting documents: the OSHA Forms 300, 300A, […]

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Marijuana in the Workplace: Employee Health and Safety

Attitudes towards marijuana have been shifting rapidly over the last two decades and legislative moves to decriminalize, and even legalize, show no signs of slowing down. For the first time, legislation and policy are beginning to align with social and cultural attitudes towards marijuana. This is due in large part to the emerging body of […]

How does OSHA protect workers against workplace violence?

Workplace violence and harassment can be detrimental to a company’s culture and bottom line. People do not just suddenly snap; there is usually an emotional build-up or a trigger that precipitates the outburst or violent incident. Who’s at most risk? How can we prevent this within the workplace? The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) […]

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