inspections for emergency exits

Why inspections for emergency exits are critical?

Inspection of emergency exits helps to identify common escape-route problems, observes how it looks on a day-to-day basis and provides insights to overcome obstructions in the evacuation route. These issues can then be escalated to the concerned authorities and the management can resort to preventive measures, accordingly.

literacy for EHS

What is visual literacy for EHS

Individuals can decrease or eliminate the job hazards if they are careful in self-monitoring their own tasks. They can ‘train’ their minds to better observe their situations and overcome visual biases. Visual literacy enables proactively identifying the latent hazards in our environment, interpreting the associated risks, and controlling them.

emergency response planning

Proactive emergency response planning

The emergency plan is nothing but a living document that is periodically adapted to changing circumstances and provides a guide to protocols, procedures. In the case of an emergency, one of the first actions should be to create a cross-functional team to construct a detailed scenario of the primary and secondary threats.

Occupational role in infection

Occupational role in shaping infections

Occupational centres, occupation and trade remains central to this theme of how modern emerging infections are being shaped. As you read these lines, a business executive sick with influenza can travel via airports, local transit systems and cab rides creating an infectious trail for weakened immune systems to fight.

positive safety culture

Transitioning to a positive safety culture

Organizational approach towards safety serves as a baseline as the leaders strive to translate the safety lessons into practical procedures to optimize quality engagement. The emphasis lies on increasing the frequency of safety-related behavior and decrease occurrences of at-risk behavior.