Tag: workplace health and safety
Work stress is the 5th leading cause of death, causing over 120,000 deaths every year. The Healthy Work Campaign is trying to change that.
Recent survey reveals investing in workplace safety technology is critical for employers' ability to recruit, train and retain a workforce.
Improving indoor air quality (IAQ) is among the most critical steps facility managers can take to mitigate employee concerns and maintain a healthy workspace.
New research from Infogrid finds nearly three quarters of hybrid workers are worried about the impact of poor air quality on general health.
Greener buildings lead to environmental, social and governance (ESG) gains, cost cuts, and healthier workplaces.
More than 40 national organizations, industry leaders, and trade associations join to create the Healthy Workplaces Coalition, which will focus on advocating for healthier and safer buildings.
New survey of New York City executives reveals the c-suite is prioritizing workplace health, enhanced office cleaning.
The National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health will meet on Feb. 22; Heat Injury and Illness Work Group will gather Feb. 25.
Safe-T Workplace Products is a one-stop resource to create a COVID-19-secure environment for people working in commercial and institutional spaces, healthcare and assisted living, and education.
Held August 10-16, Safe + Sound Week recognizes the successes of workplace safety and health programs and offers ideas on how to keep America’s workers safe.
UAW, GM, Ford, and FCA are forming a COVID-19/Coronavirus Task Force to implement enhanced protections for manufacturing and warehouse employees at all three companies.
WORK 2022 — IOSH’s 2017-2022 strategy — supports experts' call for better data on occupational accidents and diseases.