Cyber Fraud on the Rise

By: Arthur Dogramacian Cyber fraud has been on the rise, and recognizing such an attack is an important part in maintaining your company’s financial safety and security.  Though scammers used to target CEOs primarily, they have now moved on to targeting accounting,...

Follow-Through Needed for Effective Safety Culture

View Source: The concept of a culture of safety can be stalled by employers that say they want to be safer, but do little to implement real change. For example, a company hoping to understand the causes of fatigue, but won’t adjust its schedules, can set itself up for...

Embracing Technology to Prevent Injury

View source: Whether it’s an app or wearable, it’s time to adapt and take advantage of the latest safety devices. January was Mental Wellness Month and a time to start new initiatives. This year, safety professionals should take a closer look at how mental health and...

Assets vs. Driver-Based Safety Programs

View Source: Mike Antich Editor’s Note: This article is based on a speech given by AF Editor Mike Antich at the Third Annual Fleet Safety Seminar held by The CEI Group at the Duke Mansion in Charlotte N.C., on Nov. 13, 2018.  Which is better: managing the asset...

Keeping your employees safe on the job

View Source. By Jamie Herzlich Workplaces are hazardous places, and keeping your employees safe is not only the law. It could cost you if you don’t. Citations by OSHA for violations can cost hefty fines, which have just increased.  Pay attention to workplace...