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By Kate Calderwood
October 9th, 2020

“I had robbed myself of my mental peace,” VP of People shares mental health journey

The past few months have been a challenging time for many, and people with mental health conditions are vulnerable to experiencing greater social isolation, grief, and economic uncertainty. According to the World Health Organization, mental health is one of the most neglected areas of public health. Close to 1 billion people are living with a …

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By Kate Calderwood
July 21st, 2020

Ride-share operator, Motivate, ensures commuter safety during COVID-19 for LYFT bikes

When COVID-19 hit, the way we do business completely shifted. Many businesses transitioned to completely remote work, while those deemed essential created new processes for health and safety, quickly. In the major US cities most impacted by the outbreak, these new compliance procedures became even more paramount. For example, New York City was hugely impacted. …

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By Kate Calderwood
September 23rd, 2019

iAuditor Summit Agenda: iAuditor Training, Networking, & Inspirational Guest Speakers

North America’s inaugural iAuditor Summit is coming October 23-25 in Kansas City. The event is bringing together the top safety, quality and operations leaders to help you elevate your safety and quality programs. This 2-day summit is full of opportunities to become an iAuditor expert, network with professionals from your industry and hear from inspirational …

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By Kate Calderwood
April 3rd, 2019

Using Data to Increase Quality and Safety

Gary Bonnett, Director of Quality, Health, Safety and Environment at BOS Solutions, had a frustrating problem. He lacked visibility into quality and safety performance because the data coming in from jobsites across the United States was siloed,  in most cases, there was little or no data available from different sites for managers to share or …

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By Kate Calderwood
April 3rd, 2019

How Digitizing Small Processes Can Increase Productivity in the Oil and Gas Industry

The Oil & Gas Industry is a diverse and dangerous field. Working with machinery, chemicals, unpredictable natural resources and a large workforce can lead to any number of potentially risky tasks. As is the case in most industries, it’s not always easy to identify and track the risks and compliance issues that workers face every …

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By Kate Calderwood
April 3rd, 2019

Identifying Hazards and Managing Risk Through Near Miss Reporting

It’s no secret that workplace accidents and injuries take a toll on companies. With each incident, an organization suffers legal impacts, financial loss, lowered employee morale, recruiting challenges, and damaged brand reputation. One effective way to minimize incidents is managing safety hazards by tracking “near misses,” or almost accidents” on site. No matter how insignificant …

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