Is Fatigue a Hidden but Deadly Workplace Epidemic? Jul 27, 2017 Nearly half of Americans admit they may be too tired to function safely at work. Are Injuries Still the ‘Cost of Doing Business’ at Some Companies? May 16, 2017 The struggle between safety and production continues: A new study finds that managers, struggling to meet earnings projections, are willing to sacrifice worker safety and health. High Five: Protecting Our Most Important Tool Apr 21, 2017 As many as 1 million hand injuries occur in workplaces each year, ranging from cuts to amputations. A hand safety policy, along with the use of appropriate hand protection and safety knives, can reduce or eliminate... Seven Tips to Help You Outsmart Smart Machines Mar 15, 2017 Want to be considered a leader in the new world of smart machines? Consider adding humility to your skill set. Transitioning to a Trump Administration: What It Could Mean for the Department of Labor and OSHA Former Assistant Secretary of Labor Edwin G. Foulke Jr. shares his thoughts on what to expect in the first few months of the Trump administration. Preventable Deaths Reach an All-Time High Jun 07, 2016 Every four minutes, someone in the United States dies from an injury. Working through Snowmageddon: Staying in Business in Winter Weather Jan 26, 2016 Just in time for the first major snow storm of 2016, EHS Today has put together a few helpful tips to keep your business running safely through the weather. Millennials: Dealing with Entitlement Jan 13, 2016 The new generation of workers is bringing new life and creativity into the workplace. But they are also bringing a lot of issues.