Metropole’s office earned WELL Certification in September 2018 following their achievement of LEED Platinum
Metropole Industrial Co. Ltd., an innovative leader of the HVAC industry, is the company behind Taiwan’s first WELL Certified interiors project at the Gold level. Their new 6,867 sq ft (638 sq m) head office in Neihu District, Taipei City was designed to advance wellness throughout the workspace.
To wrap up 2018, Antea Group recaps its 10 most popular posts from last year, chosen by clients, partners and readers. It’s a list of awesome environment health, safety and sustainability blogs all compiled on this page!
Diabolical office dangers can hide in plain sight—ready to strike when the moment is just right-- a frayed cord here, an open drawer there. Use your expert EHS witchcraft to train your employees and create a culture of EHS. Antea Group shows you 6 ways to get there!
What we learned from auditing nearly 100 facilities
From 2015 to 2018, Antea Group audited almost 100 low-risk European facilities (offices, retail stores, and other non-manufacturing facilities) and came up with over 1,100 findings with an average of 12 findings per facility. No low-risk workplaces, even managed office and co-working spaces, were without EHS gaps and issues.
When it comes to ensuring workplace safety at your lower-risk facilities, where does ergonomics rank on your list of environment, health and safety (EHS) priorities? If it’s not near the top, you need to know the 4 reasons why it should be.
“At Antea Group we believe that all work related injuries and illnesses can be prevented,” says Gary Wisniewski, CEO. Over 3 decades, Antea Group has developed a strong health and safety program where employees are empowered to play an active role in creating a healthy and safe workplace.
Antea Group describes 7 ways through which health and safety can be deeply embedded into a company culture.
Ergonomics can be easily overlooked as a top safety opportunity in lower-risk environments such as offices, warehouses and data centers. However, ergonomics can be one of the most beneficial EHS opportunities to tackle from a safety, workplace culture and business perspective. Read Antea Group's four reasons, along with compelling statistics, that illustrate why workplace ergonomics should shift toward the top of your EHS priority checklist.
Norfolk Southern’s ergonomics program encourages employee innovation, teamwork, and problem-solving to enhance workplace safety and efficiency. Employee successes are showcased in the annual Ergo Cup competition.
In the 2015 competition, winning teams made improvements to equipment and work processes that eliminated manual lifting, reduced the time required to perform a task, and saved on operating costs.