Author: Rene Garcia
As an organization grows, so does their risk profile. A supply chain risk manager can work to reduce risks with a smart mitigation plan.
Driven by widespread media attenton, sustainability in supply chains has been growing in the public consciousness for several years.
For a long time digital processes have been applied to core business functions such as sales and marketing. But what about Supply Chain Management?
They may look like toys for hobbyists but drones are also being employed for many practical business reasons in a variety of industries.
Seasonal workers are a challenge for any organization that needs temporary employees to meet the predictable spike in demand every year.
The UN Global Compact offers clear direction for organizations adopting sustainability in their supply chains: Make the business case.
By understanding adult learning principles, safety professionals can significantly improve the effectiveness of their training programs.
The OSHA Injury Tracking Application (ITA) was launched on August 1, 2017. It was designed to allow employers to submit their 300A forms electronically.
Prequalifying suppliers is critical for managing risk, but it is most often conducted at the company level. So what about the individual employees?
How can you ensure that your supply chain is satisfying the demands of stakeholders to focus on environment, social, and governance standards?
Companies of all sizes should take health, safety, and environmental regulations seriously if they want to remain competitive and attract more business.
Sustainability is quickly becoming the new watchword for any organization that wants to attract business partners, investors, and customers.
Author: Joel Mitchell
With the destruction left behind by Hurricane Harvey—we turn our thoughts toward recovery—and best practices for PPE.
Despite your best efforts, no supply chain goes without a disruption. Your preventative actions now will determine your supply chain resiliency going forward.
The hidden danger of "near compliance" is often overlooked in supply chain management, and if left unresolved can significantly increase risk.
It’s easy for workers to develop bad habits and become "normalized", meaning that they no longer regard an action as dangerous. But bad habits can be corrected...
While you may take steps to manage risk within your supply chain, there are some events that are uncontrollable. So how do you mitigate the disruption of a natural disaster?
Construction sites are always hazardous work spaces, but when the temperature rises equipment can become stressed, safety hazards are magnified, and risk increases.
Smart project management can help avoid common pitfalls on the path to a low-risk supply chain.
Author: Danny Shields
According to OSHA, 2,630 workers suffered from heat illness and 18 died from heat stroke and related causes on the job in 2014 alone.