Regulating Sustainability: Finding Common Ground between Standards

[fa icon="calendar'] Thu, May 24, 2012 / by Tim Lozier

Sustainability is a common goal among many organizations in business today.  It is not only becoming a good practice for organizations to ensure they are adhering to their own internal standards, but it is also becoming a requirement from suppliers, consumer, and investors.  With the growing interest in sustainability (particularly environmental sustainability), the question arises, "What exactly should we be reporting, and to whom?"

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The Top 10 QMS and EHS Management Articles of 2011

[fa icon="calendar'] Thu, Dec 22, 2011 / by Tim Lozier

As 2011 comes to a close, I thought this would be a good time to take a look back on some of the most popular topics that have been written about in our humble blog.  That, and I'm one foot out the door, egg nog in hand, so...

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ISO Crazy: The Lighter Side of ISO Standards

[fa icon="calendar'] Thu, May 26, 2011 / by Tim Lozier

When I first started my career, I knew nothing about ISO.  In college, I got about a day's worth of ISO explanation in business school.  It was summed up as, "ISO 9000 is a management standard.....Deming.....Japan....quality management.......any questions?" 

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