When the new CEO of Alcoa Aluminum, Paul O’Neill, met the board and major investors for the first time, he didn’t mention profits, productivity, distribution or competition.
Instead, he delivered a shocking message: "if you want to understand ...
EHS Today invites safety professionals to complete the 2014 National Safety Survey.
Workplace safety and health experts from around the world discussed the importance of a more integrated and interconnected approach to workplace safety and health at the Singapore Workplace Safety and Health Conference 2014.
A global practice leader for process safety and operational risk at DuPont explains how demographic change is emerging as one of the most significant challenges to business continuity and to risk managers.
Having a safety strategy at the corporate level is not a guarantee that it will affect performance. Many strategies that start at the top of the organization end there as well.
Despite improvements in safety management systems and personal protective equipment, life-threatening incidents continue to occur in workplaces.
Incoming AIHA President Christine Lorenzo talks with EHS Today about the past, present and future of the association and the profession.
The American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine has appointed Kathryn Mueller, M.D., MPH, as its new president.
Boeing Co. earlier this week named Ursula English as vice president of its environment, health and safety organization...
Neurologist Dr. Romie Mushtaq says that there’s science that supports the benefits of being focused and “in the moment.”