The latest occupational health news and workplace health management information, research and best practices, with coverage including ergonomics and musculoskeletal disorders, workplace wellness, occupational health, obesity and more.



Over 50% of CEOs Report Mental Health Issues

June 24, 2024
But are they talking about it?
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Safety Leadership

When End-of-Shift Means End-of-Life

Feb. 23, 2024
Millions of people worldwide are dying on the job every year, and it’s only getting worse.
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EHS OutLoud Blog

Stress Management, Fixing ESG and Moving Slowly: What We're Reading This Week

Feb. 2, 2024
A look at some environmental, wellness and well-being news of note.
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5 Ways to Protect Employees from Workplace Violence

Feb. 1, 2024
The workplace is becoming an increasingly dangerous environment for employees, so it’s more important than ever to have a plan to keep them safe.

What's Ahead for Workplace Safety in 2024

Jan. 25, 2024
In this podcast, the editors of EHS Today provide an update on the latest regulations from OSHA and the DOL, as well as a look at mental health awareness in the workplace.


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2024 Guide to Construction Safety

June 7, 2024
Everything you need to know to keep workers safe, from working at heights, to summer heat to mental fitness.
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Safety Technology

Using AI to Take a Systems Thinking Approach to Ergonomic Risk Assessments

Oct. 26, 2023
The next frontier of workplace safety requires taking a holistic view, especially in ergonomics, a process made possible by the advancements in artificial intelligence safety ...
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Employer Strategies for Health Programs for 2024

Employer Strategies for Health Programs for 2024

Oct. 17, 2023
A majority of companies are making enhancements to their health and well-being offerings in 2024 according to a Mercer survey.
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Using Technology to Reduce MSK Injuries
Safety Leadership

Using Technology to Reduce Musculoskeletal Disorders

Oct. 11, 2023
A new report from NSC references two dozen academic publications to assess the benefits of the most common emerging safety technologies:
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Not A Surprise, But Majority of Workers are Still Concerned About Their Well-Being

Not A Surprise, But Majority of Workers are Still Concerned About Their Well-Being

Oct. 10, 2023
New survey from Employee Benefit Research Institute found that 74% of workers are moderately or highly concerned about their workplace well-being.