For many industry professionals, and especially Lion News readers, maintaining compliance with complex hazmat, hazmat, hazardous waste, or environmental regulations may seem simple compared to serving an entire organization of employees. Human resources managers in EHS industries have the unique task of grappling both.
The smartphones, laptops, tablets, and GPS trackers may keep lone workers accessible, but they don’t perform the job. So how can we keep EHS employees safe without relying exclusively on technology?
When it comes to drugs and alcohol in the workplace, it’s common sense that employers should do all that they can to prohibit the use, sale, and possession of these dangerous substances on company grounds. However, there is a fine line between a productive, positive workplace policy and one that goes too far.
The point is, your employees are stressed, and it is affecting your business. But what can you do as a manager to combat stress in the workplace?
When it comes to hazmat and environmental compliance, strong leadership skills are critical. That's why we've talked with industry professionals to bring you the top 5 skills EHS leaders need to succeed.
To ensure human resources professionals have the skills to provide a positive, safe workplace, Lion Technology has launched their new Human Resources online training courses.
To record or not to record? That is the question when an employee gets sick or injured at work. In most cases, injuries that occur at work are work-related and must be recorded to maintain compliance with OSHA regulation. That said, OSHA provides nine specific exceptions to this general rule.