November 2019 Newsletter

Safety Manager Sentenced to 3 months in Cover-up

A safety manager charged with covering up information about an employee’s death at the company’s Ohio plant was sentenced to three months of home confinement. Extrudex’s former safety coordinator and human resources director, Paul Love, was also fined $1,000 and placed on three years of supervised release when he was…

The 5 Best Reasons to Have a Wellness Program: Benefits of Wellness

1) Wellness Programs Improve Employee Health Behaviors The core of every good wellness program is behavior change. With the right education, skills, motivation, tools, and social support, people change behaviors.  Wellness programs are good at helping people adopt and maintain healthy behaviors.  This is perhaps the biggest benefit of having…

CSM is heading to the Sin City

Our internationally recognized Certified Safety Manager classroom course is coming back to Las Vegas. While this course is offered online, the experience you get in the live class is something you don’t want to miss. Our Certified Safety Manager (CSM) Course will allow you to: Discover a brand new perspective…

NASP Live Course Calendar

We have just released our instructor-led course calendar for the first half of 2020. What course will you take next?   January Certified Safety Manager (CSM) – Classroom – January 27-31, 2020 – Las Vegas, NV   February Safety Auditor Certificate Course: February 18-20, 2020 – Charlotte, NC   March…

Behavior-Based Safety

For most industrial safety managers, the term behavior-based safety (BBS) raises a conflicting combination or feelings. For some, BBS is an invaluable safety tool to add to the safety manager tool box; for others, behavior-based safety is an inefficient waste of time that does nothing to a facility’s safety program but drain…

Emergency Spill Cleanup & Containment

Spills are a common occurrence at many facilities, and the safety of both the work environment and workers depends on an effective and quick response. The best means of preparation is to have the correct cleanup equipment on hand, conduct training on actions to take, and commit to restocking material…