Companies lose valuable materials that slip into the waste stream every day. “One-half to three-quarters of annual resource inputs to industrial economies is returned to the environment as wastes in just one year” according to the World Resources Institute.
September marks not only the return of back to school and cooler temperatures but a good point in the year to reflect and review. A time to reflect on the somber anniversary of several events that affected lives and business.
Safety leaders often use the phrase “hearts and minds” to refer to the effort needed to embed safety culture into the company. However, how can you truly measure what is in your employees’ hearts and minds?
Mixed reality originally meant anything that created an environment which combined computer-generated (virtual) graphics with the real world. This included both overlaying the real-world view with text or images as well as inserting live camera feeds in a virtual world.
Strong and light—that’s what makes Beryllium (Be) such a unique metal and particularly useful across telecommunications, consumer facing and defense industries. On January 9, 2017, OSHA released a standard for Beryllium.
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Materiality assessments can be valuable tools to gain insight into what the company is already doing (and get credit for it), identify where gaps exist to develop action plans and engage stakeholders both internally and externally.