loading

Get All The Important Information
About Occupational Health & Safety

2024 Occupational Health and Safety Survey

On May 30th 4S Consulting hosted a Safety Awareness Seminar at the Toronto Hilton North in Markham. The event was attended by over 190 people representing a cross section of industry and safety and training providers. The agenda focused on what is happening with Health and Safety in Ontario and included opening remarks from Ontario’s Chief Prevention Officer Dr. Joel Moody, an update on the WSIB’s Strategic Plan by Mr. Rod Cook Vice President of Health and Safety Services, a presentation by Enzo Garritano President and CEO of Infrastructure Health and Safety and a panel discussion on the implementation of Bill 79 the Working for Workers Act 2024.

5 min
Exploring New Horizons in OHS

On May 30, 2024, Markham, Ontario, became the epicenter of occupational health and safety (OHS) excellence during our event, "New Horizons in Safety: A Morning of Safety Excellence & Innovation." Organized by 4S Consulting Services in collaboration with the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training, and Skills Development, the Ontario Workplace Safety Insurance Board, and the Infrastructure Health & Safety Association, the event brought together key stakeholders and experts in the field of OHS. The gathering was an invaluable platform for discussing current challenges, opportunities, and innovative strategies in workplace safety. The morning was filled with enlightening presentations, engaging discussions, and moments of recognition for outstanding contributions to OHS.

5 min
Preventative Maintenance

Stop Downtime Before It Starts. Simplify asset management, track services, streamline maintenance, and ensure compliance with 4SafeCom Preventative Maintenance Management System

5 min
Form Builder

Are you tired of struggling to create, modify, and implement your safety forms? Look no further than 4SafeCom™ Form Builder. With its comprehensive functionalities, this powerful tool will revolutionize the way you manage your forms, enabling you to streamline your processes and enhance your overall safety compliance. Say goodbye to cumbersome paper forms and inefficient processes. Our powerful online tool empowers you to create, customize, and manage all your safety forms with ease.

5 min
Accident and Incident Management

Accidents and incidents can happen, but their impact doesn't have to be long-lasting. 4SafeCom's innovative Accident/Incident Management system streamlines the entire process, ensuring timely reporting, efficient investigation, and data-driven decision-making for continuous safety improvement. A swift and efficient incident reporting process, leading to improved safety and reduced risks.

5 min
Training Management

Streamline Employee Training Records with 4SafeCom™ with QR Codes for Instant Access In today's fast-paced work environment, managing employee training records efficiently is no longer a luxury, it's a necessity. 4SafeCom™ Training Management offers a powerful solution to simplify compliance, streamline record-keeping, and empower your workforce with instant access to their training history. Revolutionize your employee training with a comprehensive learning experience. 4SafeCom™ Training Management System provides a powerful, all-in-one solution to streamline online training, manage classroom sessions, and track progress effortlessly.

5 min
Inspection Management

4SafeCom™ Inspection Management System for a Safer Workplace Guarantee a culture of safety and streamline your inspection processes with 4SafeCom™ Inspection Management.

9 min
Hazard Assessment Tool

4SafeCom™ Job Hazard Assessment: Proactive Safety for a Dynamic Workplace: Identify, mitigate and proactively control risks at workplace.

5 min
Subcontractor Management System

4SafeCom™ Subcontractor Management: Effortless Collaboration, Simplified Compliance Streamline subcontractor management, boost collaboration, and ensure compliance with 4SafeCom's user-friendly system.

5 min
Policies and Procedure Management

4SafeCom™ Policies & Procedures Builder: Effortless Compliance, Built for You. 4SafeCom™ streamlines policy creation with the largest library of pre-written, customizable documents and automatic compliance updates.

5 min
Task Management

Empowering Your Safety Culture Through Action : 4SafeCom™ goes beyond identification with its integrated Non-Conformance Tracker and To-Do Items, fostering a collaborative safety environment and driving accountability.

5 min
Scheduler

Simplify event scheduling, ensure task completion, and maintain compliance with 4SafeCom™ Scheduler.

5 min
Statistics and Reports

4SafeCom™ Statistics and Reports: Unleash the Power of Your Health & Safety Data!

5 min
Introducing the New 4SafeCom App Launching Soon

In the ever-evolving landscape of occupational health and safety (OHS), staying ahead of potential workplace hazards is not just about compliance—it's a foundational element of a caring and responsible corporate culture. 4S Consulting Services is at the forefront of this pivotal shift, gearing up to launch an innovative 4SafeCom OHS management system App that promises to redefine how safety is managed in the workplace. This app isn't just another digital tool, it is a substantial stride in the development of occupational health and safety, bringing with it a future where safety protocols are not just observed but seamlessly integrated into the daily workflow.

5 min
Reflect Remember and React with Our Commitment to Safety on the Day of Mourning

Every year on the 28th of April, Ontario commemorates the National Day of Mourning, a solemn occasion to honor and remember workers who have tragically lost their lives, suffered injuries, or developed illnesses due to workplace-related hazards and incidents. This day is not just about reflection, it’s also a call to action to strengthen safety measures and prevent further losses.

5 min
The Ins and Outs of Workplace Inspections in Ontario

Workplace safety is a top priority in Ontario, and regular inspections play a vital role in ensuring that employers are complying with health and safety regulations. Inspections help identify potential hazards, assess safety measures, and ultimately protect workers from workplace accidents and health risks. In this article, we'll explore who conducts workplace inspections in Ontario, the objectives of these inspections, the legal framework governing them, and the benefits they bring to both employers and employees.

5 Min
15 Key Responsibilities of JHSC Members

In the world of occupational health and safety, the role of a Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) member is not to be taken lightly. This committee, composed of both worker and management representatives, plays a pivotal role in ensuring workplace safety and well-being. In this comprehensive blog, we will delve into the 15 key responsibilities of JHSC members, shedding light on why their roles are essential for maintaining a safe and healthy work environment.

jhsc-member-duties
What Is the Difference Between Occupational Illnesses and Injuries

This article delves into the critical aspects of workplace safety, focusing primarily on the definitions and implications of occupational injuries and illnesses, as well as the concept of hazards within the work environment. It begins by detailing what constitutes an occupational injury, emphasizing that such injuries are immediate physical conditions resulting from accidents that can significantly impair an employee's ability to perform their duties or even lead to the loss of body parts and permanent bodily function impairment.

5 min
Solar Eclipse Guide to Worker Safety

As Canada gears up for the enthralling solar eclipse set to unfold on the 8th of April 2024, it's crucial to prioritize safety, especially for workers out in the sunshine. The celestial phenomenon, while awe-inspiring, carries inherent risks that necessitate careful planning and precautionary measures from employers nationwide. The significance of this event extends beyond its visual spectacle; it underscores the importance of workplace safety in unusual circumstances.

5 min
The Keystone of Next Generation OHS Workflow Management Ecosystems

In an era where workplace health and safety have become paramount, businesses across the globe are turning to innovative solutions to meet their Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) compliance needs. Among the myriad of options available, 4SafeCom™ Online Health & Safety Software emerges as a beacon of efficiency, streamlining OHS management processes and ensuring a safer, more compliant workplace environment.

5 min
The Critical Intersection of Compliance and Safety

In the realm of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS), the stakes are invariably high, with each incident casting a long shadow over the industry's practices and ethics. A poignant example unfolded in Toronto, where an electrical contractor's oversight led to a grave incident, culminating in an $85,000 fine, imposed by the Ontario Court of Justice. This case serves as a compelling narrative about the consequences of neglecting safety protocols and the indispensable value of diligent compliance.

5 min
Unpacking the Ontario 2024 Working at Heights Training Enhancements

The Ontario Working at Heights Training Program Standard is set to undergo significant updates effective April 1, 2024. These changes aim to enhance the safety and efficacy of the training programs, ensuring workers are well-equipped to handle the dangers associated with working at heights.

5 min
The Cost of Neglect and Enhancing Occupational Safety with 4S Consulting Services

In a sobering reminder of the critical importance of workplace safety, a waste transfer facility based in Toronto, Ontario, faced severe consequences following a tragic incident. On January 19, 2021, an employee was struck and fatally injured by a reversing truck within the facility's outdoor yard, spotlighting the dire consequences of neglecting occupational health and safety measures.

5 min
Recognizing the Impact of Repetitive Strain Injuries A Call to Action on RSI Day

Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSIs) are a prevalent yet often overlooked health concern affecting millions of individuals worldwide. As we observe Repetitive Strain Injuries Day, it's crucial to shed light on the significance of this issue, particularly in Ontario. This blog aims to raise awareness about RSIs, provide insight into their prevalence in Ontario, and emphasize the importance of prevention and management strategies.

5 min
Is your OHS Continuous Improvement Plan for 2024 Ready

Be it workplace safety or in any field, having a continuous improvement plan is crucial to ensure well-calibrated progress. Drive for continuous improvement is one of the major reasons for the success of top businesses. Continuous improvement is an essential part of a good health and safety culture. So, do you have a continuous improvement plan for 2024-2025?

7 min
When was the last time you reviewed and updated your hazard assessment

Regular hazard assessments are crucial for identifying and mitigating workplace risks, ensuring employee safety, and maintaining compliance with Occupational Health and Safety standards. They involve evaluating tasks, tools, and work environments to pinpoint potential dangers. Effective communication of these assessments to employees is essential to foster a culture of safety and prevent accidents. The article highlights a tragic case underscoring the consequences of neglecting such practices, emphasizing the importance of continuous review, update, and communication of hazard assessments.

5 min
Understanding the Sudbury Supreme Court Decision and Its Implications for Municipalities

The recent Supreme Court decision in the City of Sudbury vs MLITSD case highlights significant legal responsibilities for municipalities in Ontario regarding workplace safety. The ruling, which involved the City of Sudbury, underscores the stringent requirements under the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) and the consequences of non-compliance. Municipalities are subject to fines of up to $500,000 and imprisonment for employees up to one year for violations. This article delves into why the municipality was fined and how similar situations can be avoided.

5 min
Creating the Competent Supervisor

Do you remember becoming a supervisor for the first time thinking, “Here it comes… more money, responsibility… getting to tell people what to do and how to do it.” Then the day comes, and it actually happens. You take over the position and gradually begin to realize that along with the responsibility that you thought you were going to have came all sorts of other accountabilities; those legal responsibilities in Occupational Health and Safety, Wellness, Employment Standards, budgets, not to mention just getting workers to get along and do the work on time.

5 min
System Vs The Pen

In contemplating the essence of the famous movie “Inherit the Wind”, 4S Consulting reflects on the insight of Clarence Darrow, who suggested that every technological advance brings change in perception and methods. With nearly 30 years of experience in health and safety, the initial days at 4S Consulting were all about pads, pencils, and clipboards, where documentation heavily relied on a date and signature. However, with evolving times, the focus has shifted more towards software, smartphones, and tablets, coupled with powerful databases for efficient data management.

5 min
The Need for the Naloxone in the Workplace

In June of 2023 the Ontario government brought into law the fact that all employers must do a risk assessment to determine the likelihood of someone having an opioid overdose in the workplace.

5 min
Your Complete Guide to Mastering the COR 2020 Safety Program

In the realm of occupational health and safety, achieving the COR (Certificate of Recognition) 2020 certification is a significant milestone for organizations, especially in the context of leadership involvement and commitment. This blog provides a comprehensive guide on how to excel in Element 14 of the COR audits, which emphasizes the critical role of senior management in fostering a culture of sustainable safety.

10 min
What Is IRS and Why Do You Need It

When it comes to ensuring the safety and well-being of workers in Ontario, the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act stands as a cornerstone of regulation. This vital piece of legislation finds its roots in a philosophy known as the Internal Responsible System (IRS) (Ontario, 2022). In 4S, the consultants are here to help companies who might be struggling to keep track on their IRS. For example, the WSIB Excellence Program allows companies to implement or improve their health and safety procedures while earning financial rebates as an incentive (4SConsult,2023). In this blog, we will explore the significance of IRS in the context of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, understanding how it empowers individuals to take ownership of health and safety, and ultimately serves as the foundation for creating a safer workplace.

5 min
5 Benefits of an Effective Health and Safety Program

The importance of an effective health and safety program in any organization cannot be overstated. Such programs not only protect employees and the workplace but also offer a multitude of benefits that contribute to the overall success and sustainability of the business. In this article, we will explore five major benefits of having an effective health and safety program in place. These advantages range from addressing the pressing challenges posed by Occupational Illnesses to fostering a strong safety culture and reducing workplace injuries/illnesses. Additionally, we will discuss how a robust program can serve as a foundation for self-regulation through the Internal Responsibility System (IRS). These benefits underscore the critical role of health and safety in modern organizations, providing a compelling argument for their implementation and maintenance.

8 min
4S Consulting Services Shines Bright Winning the AVETTA Best Safety Industry Provider Award

For over 18 years, 4S Consulting Services has been on a relentless journey towards excellence in safety, navigating the complex landscape of workplace safety with unparalleled dedication and unwavering commitment. It is with immense pride and a profound sense of achievement that we announce our recent victory – the prestigious AVETTA Best Safety Industry Provider Award!

7 min
Navigating Designated Hazardous Substances in the Workplace

Workplace safety is of paramount importance, especially when dealing with hazardous materials such as designated substances. In Ontario, stringent regulations are in place to safeguard the health and well-being of workers. Designated substances, also known as hazardous materials, can pose significant risks to human health. In this comprehensive article, we will explore what designated substances are, the potential health hazards they pose, the legal obligations of employers, risk assessment strategies, control measures, and the importance of training when dealing with designated substances in an Ontario workplace.

5 min
The Five Key Benefits of Health and Safety Consultants in Ontario

In today’s bustling and competitive economic landscape here in Ontario, workplace safety and compliance regulations are paramount for organizations of all sizes and industries. To navigate the complex web of safety laws and ensure the well-being of employees, many businesses turn to professional health and safety consultants. These professionals offer invaluable expertise in safeguarding workplaces, thus yielding a range of benefits for your organization. In this article, we will delve into five significant advantages of employing health and safety consultants in Ontario.

5 min
4 Key Components of an Occupational Health and Safety Management System

In a world where employee well-being and workplace safety take precedence, organizations are realizing the significance of implementing robust Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSMS). These systems go beyond regulatory compliance; they proactively create a safe and healthy work environment while mitigating risks.

5 min
A Comprehensive Comparison Between COR and ISO

The dynamic world of business is always in pursuit of excellence and efficiency and any organization seeking sustainable growth places excellence as its top priority. But how does one achieve these goals? Businesses often turn to internationally recognized management systems that provide structure, guidelines, and a framework for continual improvement. Two such critical systems that have garnered widespread adoption are ISO and COR™.

10 min
Crucial Roles and Responsibilities of the JHSC

Employees commit a large chunk of their lives to their jobs. As a result, it is crucial for all companies to protect their health and safety. The province of Ontario established the Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) as a crucial part of its Occupational Health and Safety framework because it understands the importance of proactive safety measures and due diligence. JHSCs are essential in building a culture of safety, empowering both employees and employers, and promoting and maintaining safe work environments across a variety of industries. The Joint Health and Safety Committee in Ontario is examined in detail in this article, including its structure, responsibilities, training, and overall importance in preserving employee health and safety.

7 min
Preventing Slips Trips and Falls

Accidents are a part of life, but when it comes to slips, trips, and falls, a little prevention can go a long way. These seemingly innocuous mishaps can lead to serious injuries, affecting not only the victims' physical well-being but also impacting workplaces, public spaces, and overall quality of life. In Ontario, Canada, the statistics surrounding slips, trips, and falls are eye-opening, underscoring the need for education and proactive measures. In this blog, we will delve into the effects of slips, trips, and falls, backed by Ontario-specific statistics, and highlight the significant benefits of taking 4S Consulting’s slips, trips and falls course to prevent these incidents.

5 min
Health and Safety Responsibilities of Supervisors in Ontario

Safety is our responsibility! Imagine a work site - all policies and procedures in place, all equipment functional and maintained and all protective gear ready and in place for use. Everyone comes, carries out their task and is done for the day. A perfect work scenario. However, this is not always the case. Worksites possess certain potential hazards and Occupational Health Safety Act makes it apparently clear that employers, supervisors, and workers need to make constant efforts to mitigate any hazards through proactive measures and reasonable caution.

5 min
Heat Stress at Work

As we combat the continuous surge in temperatures due to climate change, the risk of heat-related illnesses in the workplace are a growing concern. Our bodies will naturally maintain a temperature between 36°C and 38°C and sweating cools the bodies down. However, if you work in a hot environment, the body’s natural cooling mechanisms are sometimes unable to maintain a healthy body temperature, leading to an increase in the core body temperature and in turn to potential heat stress and injury. This article aims to explore the causes, symptoms, and potential solutions for managing and preventing heat stress.

5 min
Championing Safety at the Workplace by Understanding the JHSC

Workplaces are increasingly focussing on creating a safe and healthy workplace environment and ensuring compliance with regulations to reduce and minimize risks. To help organizations accomplish their goal of becoming safe and complaint, the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) lays down the legal framework and tools.

5 Min
Investing in Employee Health and Safety for Positive Business ROI

In today's dynamic and competitive economic landscape, organizations are increasingly recognizing the importance of prioritizing health and safety in the workplace. While the immediate benefits of maintaining a safe and healthy work environment are apparent, it is equally crucial to understand the long-term return on investment (ROI) associated with such initiatives. This article delves into the concept of ROI in health and safety, exploring its significance, the key metrics used to measure it, and the tangible benefits it offers to both employees and organizations.

3 min
Why Is Occupational Health Safety Due Diligence so Critical to an Organization

With increased supervisory prosecutions and penalties, OHS due diligence is becoming extremely crucial for organizations. The introduction of amendments to the Criminal Code under Bill C-45 in 2004 became a landmark move made by the authorities to enhance workplace health and safety. It brought a potential criminal liability angle to OHS offences. Currently, anyone who fails to meet their duty and shows “wanton or reckless disregard” for the lives or safety of others can be charged with criminal negligence.

5 min
The Power of Ergonomics

Workplaces today are fast paced and driven by technology with workers spending much of their time engaged in professional activities. Working at a desk or operating a heavy machinery, our work has a long-term effect on our health and productivity which is why, Ergonomics at work has become a focus point for both employers and employees.

5 min
Enhancing Workplace Safety in the Digital Age

Workplace safety is a critical concern for organizations across various industries. As technology advances, new and innovative solutions are emerging to enhance safety measures and mitigate risks. Safety Technology encompasses a wide range of tools, systems, and devices, and is revolutionizing the way to approach safety management. Organizations too are prioritizing the well-being of their employees and workplaces and technology has emerged as a powerful tool for mitigating risks, preventing accidents, and ensuring a secure working environment.

5 min
Understanding the Health Impacts of Wildfires in Canada

Canada is experiencing a dramatic rise in the frequency and intensity of wildfires in recent years. Climate changes, prolonged droughts, and forest management practices have largely contributed to this alarming global trend. The country's vast forests and peatlands provide abundant fuel for the wildfires, that escalate quickly and grow out of control.

7 min
Igniting a Culture of Workplace Safety Through the WSIB HSEp Program

Workplace safety is of paramount importance for both employees and employers alike. A safe working environment promotes employee well-being, boosts productivity and prevents and reduces the risks of accidents or injuries. Recognizing the significance of workplace safety, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) has developed the Health and Safety Excellence Program. This innovative program aims to enhance workplace safety and support businesses to create a safe working environment and achieve excellence in health and safety practices. This article delves deep into the key aspects of the program and explores its benefits for organizations and workers.

5 min
Official Health and Safety Partner for ORHMA

4S is pleased to announce that it has partnered with ORHMA to support its members with Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) compliance requirements. We are an OHS system, training, and consulting firm that ensures compliance and protects companies and their employees with a “live” health and safety program. As an approved Ministry of Labour provider, we will work with you in complete confidence and your information is not shared or reported. We strive to create a sustainable health and safety culture and help our clients to grow and succeed.

5 min
Why is Working at Heights Training Important

Working at heights can be a dangerous job if proper safety measures are not taken. This is why it is essential for workers who are working at heights to have proper training and certification. In this article, we will discuss the importance of working at heights certification and the statistics on injuries related to working at heights in Ontario, Canada.

Supporting Ontario Safest Employers Program

WSIB is working along with the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development (MLTSD) to assist businesses in making their workplaces safer and healthier under the Supporting Ontario’s Safe Employers (SOSE) program.

5 min
5 duties of supervisor as per the OHSA

The Occupational Health and Safety Act has listed down the following duties of a supervisor, which he or she must comply with:

5 min
What is the RACE process of dealing with workplace hazards

RACE stands for Recognize, Assess, Control, and Evaluate. It is a common process adopted by an organization to deal with workplace hazards. RACE process helps largely in maintaining workplace health and safety. The Joint Health and Safety Committee or the Health and Safety Representatives perform the RACE process for an organization. Moreover, supervisors also participate in the RACE process.

5 min
Workplace Safety Culture That Leads to Organizational Efficiency and Sustainability

The keys to attracting talent in an industry are money, resources required to train, opportunity, and workplace safety. If any of these key aspects are missing the economy loses the expertise and falls behind. In the coming future, Ontario needs to build homes, infrastructure, increase manufacturing and its services. Recognizing these fundamentals, Ontario has made Workplace Safety an important part of its mandate for the Ministry of Labour Immigration & Skill Trades.

5 min
What Are the 4 Stages of Building a Safety Culture

Safety Culture – One that is not dependent on individuals. Do you have it? Safety culture is a term most of you would have heard before. However, how many of you can confidently claim to have a sustainable safety culture within your organization? Sustainable, that’s the whole thing. It’s no good having a health and safety program that is dependent on certain individuals working for your organization. If your program is dependent on individuals, once they leave your organization, it will go with them, rest assured!

3 key things your OHS trends must tell you as a Business Owner

There are 3 key things that your OHS trends must be able to tell you as a business owner. Ideally, occupational health and safety (OHS) should be the topmost priority for any business owner in Ontario. That said, identifying and acting on OHS trends becomes even more important for business owners. This is simply because of the liability that OHS offenses can expose them to, coupled with the downtime and loss of productivity due to workplace injuries and accidents. This is where OHS trends can play a huge role.

Prevention or Due Diligence

It encourages workers to view health and safety as a ‘core responsibility’ rather than just a legislative requirement’. It starts with the senior management’s commitment, from which flows the staff accountability. All of this is tied up tight through strong systems and processes. Technology can be very helpful in making the systems and processes easy and effective, while keeping your program alive. In fact, the use of technology can make the whole workplace operate efficiently with improved productivity.

10 min
5 Factors That Cause Health and Safety Hazards

Health and safety hazards can appear due to factors such as people, equipment, material, environment, and process. What’s more, accidents and incidents are often not a result of a single event. Multiple factors contribute to such unfortunate events. Therefore, it is very important for employers to understand those factors for building a strong health and safety (H&S) program. Each of the five factors has that cause H&S hazards at a workplace have unique characteristics.

10 min
Who needs JHSC training

During COVID-19, Joint Health and Safety Committee certification training (JHSC training) is one of the most effective ways for employers to minimize COVID-19 workplace transmission.

10 min
Know more about COR as a National Standard

COR™ is an occupational health and safety accreditation and a National Standard supported by the Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations (CFCSA). It is aimed at driving positive and safe workplace behavior and consistent practices, which lead to improved performance.

10 min
Getting COR Certified in Ontario

Clock Clock is ticking for getting COR™ certified in Ontario. Are you ready? In Ontario, COR™ has become a pre-requisite for many organizations such as Metrolinx, GTAA, TTC, Infrastructure Ontario, City of Brampton, City of Milton, and City of Toronto. That’s what started the buzz in the early part of 2016.

11 min
5 reasons why COR is a business strategy

One vital thing you must note is that COR™ is a business strategy and not just a bidding tactic. COR™ certification is a process for consistency throughout the organization. Therefore, you need to start by looking at each element of the COR™ requirements. This is vital for setting up a process to capture and maintain the information. This is exactly why COR™ is a business strategy. Thus, you cannot just perceive COR™ certification as just another business tact for eligibility for bidding process. COR™ looks at a working system and proof of documentation on the activities that happen in an organization.

10 Min
8 key benefits of COR certification in Ontario

Key benefits of COR™ 2020 certification in Ontario, both as an employer and as a brand, include:

15 min
A complete COR service partner can help

It helps to get assistance from a complete COR™ service partner for getting successfully accredited. CLICK HERE for more information.

10 min
Why OHS Systems are Important

You will be surprised to see the extent health and safety technology can influence your organization’s safety culture. All of us know the influence of smartphones and social media on all aspects of our lives. Today’s emerging culture is heavily dependent on technology. The same applies to the corporate culture in your organization. If technology is not a part of how you build and reinforce your corporate culture, you are going to fall behind.

10 min
Get in touch