How Leadership Styles Impact Employee Safety + 5 Ways to Customize Your EHS System

[fa icon="calendar"] Fri, Apr 29, 2016 / by Brenda Percy

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This week’s roundup focuses on the EHS industry. Read on for articles on how your leadership style impacts safety,  13 proven steps to staying safe in construction and 5 ways to customize your Environmental Health and Safety System.

How Leadership Styles Impact Employee Safety

Author: Esteban Tristan via EHS Today

Are you process or people focused?  This article considers how your leadership style impacts the safety culture of your organization. Learn about different leaders, such as transactional, transformational and overseers, and the safety impacts each has on your organization.  Find out more here.


Staying Safe in Construction

Author:  Tom Musick via Safety & Health Magazine

When it comes to staying safe in construction, workers sometimes have to trust their instincts. This article opens with an example of the benefit of “going with your gut,” as well as the importance of speaking up if something just doesn’t seem right.  It also provides 13 proven strategies for increasing safety in construction. Get those steps here.


5 Ways to Customize Your EHS Management System

Author: Rachel Beavins Tracy via EtQ Blog

Some people tend to use tech tools out of the box, while others spend time fine-tuning the technology to their needs. Yes, it takes a little effort. But in the long run, finding ways to make the software your own delivers a higher return on investment as the tools become better integrated with your business processes.

Today, we’ll look at 5 ways you can customize your EHS Management System, helping you maximize your investment and your effectiveness in the workplace. Read more.

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Topics: Industry Roundup

Brenda Percy

Written by Brenda Percy

Brenda is the editor of the EtQ blog.

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