Emily Scace
Senior Editor, Safety
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Emily Scace is a Senior Editor for BLR’s safety publications. She writes and edits regulatory analysis, training content, special reports, white papers, news articles, and other materials about workplace safety; manages content for BLR’s OSHA Compliance Advisor newsletter; delivers webinars on a variety of safety topics; and more. She graduated cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Northwestern University, where she received her B.A. in English Literature and Psychology.

Recent articles by Emily Scace

  • Safety 2017: Human factors in risk assessment


    Risk assessment is a tool that many safety professionals are familiar with and use on a regular basis. But according to Gary Higbee, EMBA, CSP, the traditional methods for performing risk assessments are incomplete and fail to capture significant hazards. In a session at Safety 2017, the annual professional development conference of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), Higbee spoke to an audience of safety professionals about these shortcomings and how to overcome them in a session titled “Rethinking Risk Assessment: Adding the 3rd Dimension.”

  • Safety 2017: Seven safety leadership tips for supervisors


    Frontline supervisors are the linchpins of safety, and as a safety professional, one of the most important things you can do is set them up to successfully engage their employees. That was the message of a presentation by Judy L. Agnew, PhD, at Safety 2017, the annual professional development conference of the American Society of Safety Engineers.

  • Safety 2017: Medical marijuana and workplace safety


    On Tuesday, June 20, at Safety 2017, the annual professional development conference and exposition of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), Fred Kohanna, M.D., MBA, spoke to a crowded room of safety professionals about the workplace safety implications of medical marijuana in a session titled “Medical Marijuana: Miracle Drug or Safety Nightmare?”

  • Road safety: It’s a workplace issue


    Traffic accidents are consistently the number-one cause of workplace fatalities and the number-two cause of unintentional injury deaths in the United States. Whether your workers drive only during their commutes or have driving responsibilities on the job, providing a refresher on safe driving practices can prevent injuries and fatalities and the associated lost time and productivity, insurance claims, property damage, and more.

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