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June is National Safety Month—a great time to review your organization’s safety policies and vision to help ensure they move your brand forward. And although “safety” may be something more often associated with industries, such as construction,  transportation, aviation, trucking, and manufacturing, every single company is affected by good (or bad) safety practices. Reputation can make […]

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Building a Better brand with Solid Safety Practices

June is National Safety Month—a great time to review your organization’s safety policies and vision to help ensure they move your brand forward. And although “safety” may be something more often associated with industries, such as construction,  transportation, aviation, trucking, and manufacturing, every single company is affected by good (or bad) safety practices. Reputation can make […]

Make Health and Safety a Competitive Advantage

The signs of a strengthening economy are everywhere as industries that had to shut down or significantly scale back operations last year are roaring back to life. In the United States alone, gross domestic product (GDP) for the first quarter of 2021 grew 6.4%, according to the US Bureau of Economic Analysis. In the wake […]

National Day of Mourning – April 28

As Canada’s National Day of Mourning approaches on April 28, it is undoubtedly a somber day. The loss of life while working is shocking and maddening and leaves us all wondering, "Was that worth it?" For anyone who has been affected by a loved one or friend being taken too soon, there is genuinely a sense […]

Introducing QR Code Signatures to Quickly and Easily eSign Safety Forms

QR Codes (abbreviated from Quick Response Code) were first used in the automobile industry for tracking purposes. They quickly took off in other industries for a wide range of uses.  Apart from tracking, the two-dimensional barcode constructed of small squares arranged in a square grid on a white background can contain data that points to […]

Case Study: Maine COVID-19 Superspreader Event

It started out as a picture-perfect wedding on a summer day in Maine: first the ceremony in a quaint chapel followed by a reception in a Victorian-style inn. But, the date was August 7, 2020, and by mid-September, the event had led to 177 cases of COVID-19 and seven deaths. None of the people who […]