Author: Rene Garcia
As 2019 ramps up, it’s worth reviewing what happened last year and where the supply chain industry is headed.
Towards the end of every year, OSHA attends the National Safety Council Congress & Expo and shares its Top 10 List for the most cited safety standards violations for the past year.
When it comes to supply chain management, every partner wants to be known as a safe company to work with.
Organizations should take this opportunity to create new processes and plan a safe and healthy 2019.
Proper supply chain management can be the most impactful way for businesses to concentrate on sustainability efforts.
Supply chain management software can help businesses get the visibility they need on who their supply chain partners are, and mitigate risk with the whole picture.
OSHA has finalized the rule change regarding crane operator training that has been roughly eight years in the making.
When nature strikes, it can have devastating effects on supply chains around the globe. While nature can’t be predicted, its effects can be planned for.
The recent growth in the oil and gas industry necessitates suppliers with the proper training to perform their jobs adequately and safely.
To maximize the performance of any physical supply chain, organizations need to integrate the financial supply chain into their management processes.
Read why modern businesses are turning to data analytics and reporting to help manage their supply chain risk profile.
Suppliers in critical positions can increase risk, but they can also mitigate the risk by providing proper insurance to meet client demands.
Reviews give insight into how suppliers add risk to the supply chain, allowing businesses to make data-driven decisions on which suppliers to keep.
Drones can often help improve the safety of many situations where workers may not be able to operate as quickly or efficiently as a drone.
A final rule change to crane operator certifications may not be implemented until 2019. But as this change affects compliance, it’s good to get ahead of the implementation date.
[August 13-19] - Safe + Sound Week is a nationwide event that raises awareness and shares the value of safety and health programs in the workplace.
As vehicles become more complex, auto manufacturers are receiving greater scrutiny over where they are sourcing the elements they need.
Australia appears ready to take a stand against child labor, forced labor, and human trafficking with its proposed Modern Slavery Act.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) recently published their new standard for occupational health and safety (OH&S).
How do know that suppliers are upholding your company values? One solution could be to adopt a sustainability Code of Conduct.