Risk Assessment

Make Time For A Safety Program Review

From time to time, it’s important to take a step back and do an overall evaluation of your company’s safety program. Whether done internally or by an outside set of eyes, reviewing your program can help identify gaps, as well as set goals going forward. If you've found your program has stalled a bit or you're just not seeing the results you 

 

Measuring Safety: To Know Where You're Going, You Have To Figure Out Where You Are

Putting an effective safety program in place in your organization is an essential part of any business plan. Safety programs have many parts. Management leadership, employee involvement, workplace analysis, hazard prevention and control, and safety and health training are all important parts of the plan. But how do you know where to  

 

Why Should a CFO Care About Sustainability?

Simply stated, corporate profitability comes from maximizing topline revenue and minimizing  expenses. Many businesses employ financial executives, such as Chief Financial Officers, to help strategically manage their finances and ensure profitability. They crunch numbers, analyze cost/benefits, and advocate doing more with less. It’s

 

4 Key Steps to a Risk Management Plan

Every business has risks but not every business is aware of them, or prepared for them. How confident are you about the risks facing your organization? Often, the reality of risk only becomes apparent when a catastrophe occurs. If you’re completely confident that you have identified and prepared for all risks, then read no more. Still 

 

Top-Down Safety Improves The Bottom Line

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I want to talk to you about worker safety.” Those were the first words uttered by Paul O’Neill as the new CEO of Alcoa. Not surprisingly, his speech stunned stockholders, some of whom thought the Board of Directors had hired a “long-haired hippie” to run the company. Alcoa’s founder invented the process used around the world for