HSI January 2023 Newsletter
Your monthly digest of EHS, Compliance, and Professional Development resources & news for you and your business, with something for everyone.
2023 RESOLUTION: No more boring safety talks!
Check out the three-part blog series How to Give Effective Toolbox Talks and liven up your safety meetings with tips and tricks on topics, tactics, and techniques.
What’s New in Workplace Safety, Pay Equity, and Job Classification
Highlights of what employers can expect in the year ahead from OSHA and the Department of Labor on workplace safety, pay equity, and employee classification.
HSI at Industry Events!
If you are attending these industry events, be sure to visit HSI in the expo. We would love to meet you in person!
New Courses for the Food Industry
In addition to the HACCP training released last month, we’ve released more courses for those working in food manufacturing or production.
- Food Allergens: Preventing Cross-Contact
- Food Manufacturing: Microbiology for Dairy
- Food Manufacturing: Traceability Management
- Fabricación de alimentos: Desinfección (Spanish version of this course: Food Manufacturing: Sanitation)
Monthly Employee Development Course Release
This month our course release has something for everyone! We’ve expanded the content in our work habits and health and wellness series, released new courses to address California consumer privacy laws, and added a new series of 14 courses on mental health in the workplace, addressing common mental illnesses and how to manage them at work.
WHITE PAPER: 6 Steps to Build Leadership Buy-In for EHS Technology
It can be challenging to convince organizational leadership to invest in safety technology solutions. This white paper helps you take a new approach, learn the language of the C-suite, and do just that.
CASE STUDY: Chemical Reporting Made Easy for Con Edison
Find out how Con Edison simplified chemical reporting in one of the most complex energy markets in the United States.
Guess the Movie Quote Answer
Thanks for playing along!
Quote: “I’ll have what she’s having”
Answer: When Harry met Sally (1989), Character: “older woman customer” (diner patron) played by director Rob Reiner’s mother, Estelle Reiner