The CLP Group creates value for shareholders, customers, employees, communities and the environment based on its purpose-led approach to deliver reliable, affordable and sustainable energy.
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CLP is committed to ensuring all its activities and operations result in Zero Harm for its employees, contractors, customers and the public. It strives to deliver the highest standards at every level of its operations and to continually improve its safety performance.
This year, NAEM redesigned its EHS Operational Excellence conference to emphasize how companies are integrating EHS into business operations. Lissa Aquino, Corporate Compliance Assurance Manager with Stepan Co., has been contributing to the confernece planning committee. She shared insights about the changing role of EHS within companies and what to expect at the conference.
From investments in technology to improvements in employee communication, UPS strives to make our workforce safer.
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From investments in technology to improvements in employee communication, UPS strives to make our workforce safer every day.
These safety tools and techniques help drivers achieve the highest safety award in the company – the UPS Circle of Honor – which recognizes more than 1,400 men and women who have 25 years of accident-free driving.
UPS Circle of Honor Drivers Log 14 Billion Miles Without an Accident
March 4, 2019 /3BL Media/ — 14 billion miles. Zero Accidents.
That’s enough miles to make about 200 round trips to Mars, or over nine round trips to Saturn. It’s enough to circle the earth at the equator over half a million times. And it’s the number of miles the drivers who make up UPS’s elite Circle of Honor have collectively driven during their careers, without so much as a fender bender.
Ongoing learning is essential for every EHS professional but in-person learning opportunities may take more time and money than you are willing to ordinarily spend. The solution to this is live and on-demand environment, health, and safety webinars.
February 28, 2019 /3BL Media/ - Today’s environment, health and safety leaders are involved with more aspects of business operations than ever before as they work to align their programs with corporate strategy and deliver bottom line results. To address this new approach to EHS management, NAEM has designed its May 2019 conference to meet the needs of those shaping business practices well beyond the traditional EHS sphere.
During an employee’s gender transition, virtually every workplace benefit can come into play, including drug coverage, employee assistance programs, flexible working options, mental-health programs and diversity initiatives. For Tamara Hansen, a delivery manager specialist at Scotiabank, coming out as transgender after more than three decades with her employer has been an emotional journey.
UPS drivers travel millions of miles every day, and our goal is for all of our drivers to make it home safely.
Today, technology investments are making the safety and efficiency of our drivers even more effective, helping us create a work environment that better protects our employees and adapts to a changing business environment.
What does environment, health and safety leadership look like in your organization? Peylina Chu, Antea Group’s technology segment leader, speaks from her experience to bring two simple but deep ideas on what makes an effective EHS leader.
by Nicole Munoz; (Original Publication by Laboratory Equipment)
by Nicole Muñoz, SCS Global Services
Since the medical care system first embraced health and wellness as a core business paradigm, hospitals, healthcare workers and patients alike have reaped the benefits. Healthcare workers have fewer sick days, reduced medical expenses and greater workplace satisfaction, leading to increased employee retention.