| Issue Date: January 3, 2017
The EHS career field is evolving as younger employees join the workforce, budgets are slashed, and regulations continue to change. If you’re curious about how your salary stacks up against that of your peers in this ever-changing job market, check out our just-released 2017 EHS Salary Guide. Packed with data, this essential guide can help you determine whether you are being fairly compensated for your job responsibilities. EHS managers can also use the guide as a source of information to keep their departments competitive and efficient. Download it now.
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Top picks from the past 2 weeks:
- OSHA chief: Workplace deaths are ‘rarely accidental’
Although workplace deaths are often called accidents, they “are rarely ‘accidental,’ as in a matter of chance or bad luck,” according to Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health David Michaels in a recent opinion piece. Michaels says the issue can usually be traced back to decisions by employers and managers. Agree? Disagree? Keep reading to find out why Michaels turns to a recent motion picture to make his point.
- Subscriber-only webinar [2016-10]: OSHA electronic recordkeeping: What employers need to know
In this subscriber-only on-demand webinar, BLR Legal Editor Ana Ellington explains OSHA’s electronic recordkeeping rule, what it revises, new provisions of the rule, electronic submissions, enforcement dates, and which BLR resources can help you comply.
- Recent survey findings reveal latest job safety trends and attitudes
If the saying “What gets measured gets done” holds true, there’s a whole lot of worker protection getting done these days. That’s because recent weeks have seen the publication of numerous surveys measuring everything from the salaries of safety professionals to the views of construction workers about their safety on the jobsite. This Compliance Report presents an overview of several current surveys and their conclusions.
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