health and safety

Four Steps to Uncovering Enterprise-Level Gaps in EHS Compliance and Culture

EHS FleX to the Rescue!

Many environment, health and safety (EHS) managers are expected to be regulatory compliance experts, as well as help streamline operations and build a strong safety culture at their companies. They often lack the time, personnel, budget and local insight to effectively ensure compliance at every facility.

4 Important Reasons Ergonomics Should be a Priority in Lower-Risk Workplaces


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.

Breaking the Bad News: How to Effectively Deliver Health and Safety Feedback


Picture this: you walk through a site, completing your intended tasks and observing employee activities. Suddenly, you see one employee completing an activity that puts them at risk for an injury, possibly a serious or fatal injury.

So what do you do? The incident might be outside the scope of your current work, or in a department you haven't interacted with. But you realize you cannot, in good conscience, simply ignore the problem.

Better Business, Better World

Antea Group Celebrates 30 Years

From the beginning, we believed that our work could make a difference, our intellect could solve challenges and our imagination could unlock possibilities. We opened our doors in 1986, just as environmental policy welcomed the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA), a piece of legislation that emphasized the cleanup expectations and transparency around toxic releases and hazardous waste sites.

3 Quality of LifeHacks to Prevent the Spread of Germs at Work

By: Quality of Lifehacks

It’s National Handwashing Awareness Week. Everyone knows that handwashing is key to prevent the spread of germs. This is especially important in the workplace. The Workforce Institute reports that workplace absenteeism rates range from five to ten percent. This means that at any point in time up to one out of 10 employees is missing from work due to illness.

5 Creative and Fun Ways to Keep Safety Top-of-Mind


The most successful EHS programs are those that are part of company culture and actively engage employees in the process. Safety does not have to seem like a chore or even boring. Engage your employees with using creative, funny or interesting art throughout the facility. 

Kimberly-Clark Closing The Diaper Divide

Our Huggies Brand Helps Get Diapers To Babies And Families In Need.

In the United States, many families struggle to provide the essentials their babies need, like diapers.

In 2010, our Huggies brand brought the issue to the forefront through the Every Little Bottom study, which revealed that one in three parents were struggling to provide fresh, clean diapers for their babies.

Huggies announced in 2016 it would donate 22 million diapers through the National Diaper Bank Network (NDBN).

Creating a Culture of Caring During National Safety Month

By: Marten Stenfors

Every day, I see incidents and injuries around me waiting to happen. Maybe I’m clairvoyant. Or perhaps I have a heightened sense of awareness because I lead the North American Safety team for a global organization.

But I’ll let you in on a little secret: it’s really not that complicated to improve safety. It’s the simple things we do every day that can prevent injuries from happening. June is National Safety Month and the perfect time to focus on safety at home, at work and everywhere in between.

James Testo Joins Antea Group as Senior Consultant

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An experienced management consultant, Jim applies over 25 years of knowledge to developing and implementing global environmental, health and safety programs. As a certified industrial hygienist and having held positions as a corporate EHS manager, regulator and consultant, Jim brings uniquely qualified insight to health and safety compliance and its implications on business performance. His specific areas of expertise include EHS management systems, process safety management, EHS due diligence, industrial hygiene, construction safety and EHS technology applications.

Beyond the Bloodborne Pathogen Standard: Are You Considering the Full Range of Applicable OSHA Standards for Your Healthcare Facility?


Healthcare facilities are a highly regulated industry and many hospitals and ambulatory care settings work hard to reach and maintain appropriate accreditation goals. Much focus is placed on patient safety and the myriad of other quality measures healthcare facilities are required to meet.

Federal guidelines drive life safety, environment of care, and employee safety standards, but when it comes to employee safety, some OSHA standards receive more attention than others in the healthcare industry.


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