PSM is not DIY – Why you Actually Need an Expert

With endless how-to videos and tutorials at our fingertips, anyone can imagine themselves as an amateur designer, plumber, etc. Yet, how many times have you started a home improvement DIY project and halfway through regretted not hiring a professional? This is what approaching Process Safety Management (PSM) without training, knowledge, and experience is like…but with

ACLCA South Australia EPC Abstract Forum

Environmental Scientist, Natalie Newman, presented her abstract on “Sustainable Bioremediation in Remote South Australia” at ACLCA SA on Wednesday 22 May 2024. The abstract focussed on how EHS Support managed a diesel spill caused by a truck rollover in remote SA. Around 400 m² of land was impacted by the spill, including an ephemeral creek

Data Management: Keys to Success

Organizations spend a significant amount of time and money to undertake environmental sampling. Field mobilizations, sample collection, and laboratory analysis are very costly efforts. After your mobilizations are over, what is the outcome? Data! We often see that a lot of planning goes into the front end of these efforts, but less thought and time

Department of Labor Announces Rule Expanding Submission Requirements for Injury, Illness Data Provided by Employers in High-Hazard Industries

Earlier this week the Department of Labor adopted a rule requiring employers in certain high-hazard industries to electronically submit injury and illness information to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), starting January 1, 2024. According to the Department of Labor’s news release, the rule, announced on July 17, 2023, pertains to employers with more than