Supply Chain Lessons From the Texas Deep Freeze
As nearly 4 million Texans sat without heat or power last week, it raised a lot of questions about why close to 50% of power generated in Texas comes from natural gases or why 46,000 megawatts sat offline in one day.
Planning for New Risk Management Training Challenges in 2021 (and a Few That Never Went Away)
Economic recession, broken supply chains, and the COVID-19 pandemic have made it difficult, if not impossible, for businesses to rely on what’s worked for them in the past to manage supply chain risk. To help ensure business continuity and growth, training professionals are scrambling to adjust safety and risk management strategies, conducting programs remotely and restructuring in-person sessions to adhere to new guidelines.
Study Shows Safety is Top of Mind, Yet Often Left Unchecked
Effective vendor risk management is increasingly important as global supply chains become more complex and interconnected. Organizations must manage complicated networks of outside vendors, ensuring that occupational health and safety compliance is a top priority that extends throughout their entire supply chain.
Five Best Practices to Accelerate Contractor Safety
Contractors fill one of every five jobs in the United States and are expected to make up nearly half our workforce within the next decade. They bring with them varying degrees of occupational health and safety knowledge, training and experience, making it difficult for organizations to manage workplace safety.