by Dr. Scott Harrisposted atApr 7, 2014 5:11:00 PM
While the safety and quality of food produced in the food manufacturing industry (NAICS 311) is generally quite high, worker safety is far less so.
Food manufacturing employed 1.8 percent (1.5...read more >
When a temporary worker gets injured on the job, a game of hot potato sometimes ensues between the staffing agency that supplies the worker and the host employer. Both parties can be reluctant to...read more >
by Juanita Kantnerposted atApr 17, 2014 9:54:16 PM
As a consultant on the development and operation of onsite occupational health clinics, I’m often asked how to go about selecting a cost-effective yet comprehensive information management...read more >
The global economy significantly influences the roles and functions of nurses who specialize in occupational and environmental health (OEHNs).
Many multinational corporations (MNCs) are striving to...read more >
Safety is one of our core values at Crowley. Ensuring that our employees have access to quality safety training is not only important to us – it’s a top priority.
Over the years, we’ve found eLearning courses provide an effective and efficient way to provide some of that training. With that being...read more >
A client of ours recently asked how many hours of safety training employees should receive each year. The answer, much like other things in life, is “it depends.”
Training requirements are influenced by a number of factors including industry type, the regulatory environment, employee tenure and...read more >