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Industrial Ergonomics Software Checklist

When ergonomics is done right, you can expect to see improved employee well-being and enhanced business performance along with the following positive outcomes:

  • Reduced musculoskeletal disorder risk.
  • Fewer first aid cases and modified duty cases.
  • Reduced employee turnover.
  • Reduced employee absenteeism.
  • Better manufacturing performance.
  • Higher product quality.
  • Better stock performance and corporate social responsibility.
  • Better corporate credit rating.

But how do you choose the right software? Use this checklist to make sure you’re selecting software with all the appropriate elements for building a consistent, data-driven ergonomics process.

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5 Mistakes Companies Make with Ergonomics

More and more organizations are realizing that they need an ergonomics program to help keep employees safe and healthy from musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), but many of them struggle to develop a strong, effective ergonomics process that can be sustained over time.

In some cases, this means a process that never really gets off the ground; in others, organizations might devote significant resources toward an ergonomics program that fizzles out or fails to prevent MSD risk systematically.

From decades of experience helping companies across the globe improve ergonomics, the board-certified ergonomists at VelocityEHS have identified five of the most common mistakes organizations make when implementing their ergonomics process. Download this eBook today to avoid wasting time and money on these common mistakes!

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Tracking All Three Scopes of Greenhouse Gas with ESG Software

A common struggle for many organizations is that they have not identified all the sources of GHGs associated with their business, and they lack a simple way of tracking and reporting all scopes. This new fact sheet is for them.

Download our new resource “Tracking All Three Scopes of Greenhouse Gas with ESG Software” to learn about:

  • The three main sources, or scopes, of GHGs.
  • The challenges of tracking GHGs, especially Scope 3 emissions.
  • Major ESG reporting frameworks that include GHGs.
  • The industrial sectors that emit the most GHGs.
  • How VelocityEHS ESG Solution, can help businesses of all sectors and sizes manage all three scopes of GHGs.

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ESG for the New Sustainability or ESG Manager

In recent years, ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) has moved from the margins of business management to the center. Stakeholders, including boards of directors, investors, and value chain partners, are increasingly using ESG as a lens to judge how well an organization is addressing risks and opportunities. These include risks and opportunities related to climate change, energy management, and choices of chemical products. Additionally, rulemaking bodies are issuing regulatory requirements for ESG disclosures that will impact many companies around the world. As a result, companies have gone on unpreceded hiring sprees for roles such as “ESG Manager” or “Sustainability Director,” and that trend doesn’t seem likely to stop soon. 

Perhaps you have recently assumed a role managing your company’s ESG disclosures and sustainability initiatives. This eBook will help widen the frame on your role and responsibilities and demonstrate how your success as a sustainability and ESG professional depends on understanding EHS (Environmental, Health, and Safety) and developing good relationships with the people in your organization who manage EHS. 

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Overview of ISO 14001 – EHS Management Systems

Whether you choose to certify to ISO 14001 or just use it as a guide, you’ll find it helps you shape an effective environmental management system. Patterning your programs and practices on 14001 can help whether your biggest issue today is trying to stay in compliance with environmental regulations, or if you’re already pursuing sustainability goals like energy reduction and greenhouse gas (GHG) tracking.

Our new guide explains why ISO 14001 is a great roadmap for the journey from EHS to ESG, and all points in between.

Download this complimentary guide to learn:

  • the definition of an Environmental Management System (EMS).
  • the importance of stakeholder engagement in and outside your company doors.
  • strategies for choosing and developing good “Objectives, Targets, and Programs” for your environmental program.
  • why ISO 14001 provides a great framework for an environmental management system that grows with your ESG maturity level.
  • how modern ESG and EHS software can help you maintain environmental compliance, and help collect, analyze, and report the data required to verify the success of your environmental programs and ESG initiatives.

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OSHA NPRM Revision 7 Checklist

OSHA issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) in 2021 to update its Hazardous Communication Standard to align with Revision 7 of the UN’s Globally Harmonized System of Chemicals (GHS). The final rule is expected any day now, but there are still a lot of questions from stakeholders throughout the supply chain about how the proposed changes might affect their business. Download this checklist to better understand some of the most important tasks you need to complete to prepare for the coming updates.

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