PSC 2017 Concluding Thoughts: 4 Major Considerations for New HSE Software

  • by Rory Hughes - Fri, 05/05/2017 - 14:57


The Petroleum Safety Conference kicked off last week, with many oil and gas companies attending the show to learn about and purchase the latest innovations in HSE, across software, devices and equipment. A key takeaway from the conference was the growing demand by organizations to keep their workers safe and increase organizational efficiency and quality.

Here are the top four considerations every HSE professional should make when considering a new platform for their health and safety initiatives:

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Upcoming conferences for NeoSystems

  • by drupalweb - Mon, 05/01/2017 - 13:03

The NeoSystems team will be showcasing the newest features of ITRAK Safety and Compliance software throughout the US and Canada this Spring & Summer.

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Agricultural Safety Week Aims to Improve Safety Initiatives on Farms

  • by Rory Hughes - Wed, 03/15/2017 - 15:46

This week (March 12 to 18) is Canadian Agricultural Safety Week, the annual awareness and education campaign targeting safety in agriculture. With a focus on improving safety initiatives on farms, the campaign is encouraging adults in the the agriculture industry to lead by example, communicate and demonstrate proper safety procedures, and develop safety plans that are personalized for their operations.

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Why Health and Safety Is Essential For Sustainability

  • by Rory Hughes - Fri, 02/10/2017 - 13:43


From ethical sourcing methods, recycling programs, and renewable energy initiatives, sustainability has become a core value and a large part of many businesses long term strategies, placing emphasis on the future and long term goals of organizations rather than focusing on short term profits. Organizations are becoming increasingly successful in incorporating and balancing social, economic and environmental factors into their business decisions. However, one factor of sustainability that needs more emphasis is health and safety.

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Edmonton Launches Comprehensive Review of City QHSE Practices

  • by Rory Hughes - Tue, 01/31/2017 - 14:45

The City of Edmonton has launched a comprehensive review of safety in the province’s municipal workplaces. The city wants to re-examine and improve upon the QHSE processes and safety culture of its municipal workplaces, eventually translating the positive results to the public sector. With a focus on the three distinct areas of people, processes and technology, the review will examine and evaluate the city’s safety culture from frontline workers up to upper management.

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Health and Safety Trends for 2017

  • by Rory Hughes - Fri, 01/20/2017 - 13:44

Health and Safety Trends for 2017

OSHA Recommendations:

Last year, OSHA released its recommend practices for heath and safety programs, with the goal of improving QHSE processes across workplaces. The recommendations hope to prevent injuries and move safety culture from being reactive to encouraging proactive health and safety practices.

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Cemex Launches Innovative QHSE Training Program

  • by Rory Hughes - Fri, 01/06/2017 - 16:25

Cemex, a global leader in the building materials industry, has launched their innovative QHSE training initiative called the Health and Safety Academy, with the goal of fostering a more robust safety culture emphasising leadership, awareness, education, and a commitment to excellence.

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CEOs Have A Major Influence Over Safety Culture

  • by Rory Hughes - Thu, 12/22/2016 - 16:01

A recent study suggests that CEOs and senior management play the most critical role in creating and developing their organization’s safety culture, which they role model and pass down to middle management and supervisors. This emphasis and focus on safety eventually permeates throughout the entire organization, directly influencing the number of frontline employee injuries.

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OSHA Updates Recommend Workplace Health and Safety Practices

  • by Rory Hughes - Sun, 12/18/2016 - 13:59

A new set of recommended practices for health and safety programs has been laid out by OSHA, intended to provide employers with a methodical approach to improving the health and safety of workplaces.

With a new and easier to use format, the document has updated the 1989 OSHA guidelines, with supporting tools and resources to particularly help small and medium-sized business continuously improve and keep up with modern health and safety practices.

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