HSI October Newsletter

HSI October Newsletter

Your monthly digest of EHS, Compliance, and Professional Development resources & news for you and your business, with something for everyone.

Featured Webinar

EHS + LMS Platforms: A Match Made in Safety

Wednesday, November 8, 2023
11 a.m. PT | 1 p.m. CT | 2 p.m. ET

Interested in discovering how our interconnected platform provides valuable insights and promotes engagement? In this webinar, our experts demonstrate the seamless allocation of proactive and corrective training, whether stemming from incidents, near misses, observations, or other sources. By merging EHS + LMS platforms, our system achieves time efficiency, a substantial return on investment, and an enhanced safety culture.

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EEOC Proposed Updated Workplace Harassment Guidance

The public comment period is open until November 1st regarding updates to the EEOC manual on workplace harassment. The updated proposed guidance reflects notable changes in law, including the Supreme Court’s decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, the #MeToo movement, and emerging issues, such as virtual or online harassment. It also includes numerous examples to reflect the wide range of scenarios.

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HSI at Industry Events!

If you are attending industry events, be sure to visit HSI in the expo. We would love to meet you in person!

Product Updates

Professional Development Content Release

This month’s content release focuses on the softer side of safety…soft skills that is! We released new content to improve situational awareness, give effective toolbox talks, and assist the transition to foreman or front-line supervisor. In addition, important courses on recently released regulations pertaining to pregnant and nursing workers.

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Safety Course Release: OSHA Work-Related Injury and Illness Recordkeeping

This updated course helps you with incident recording and teaches the general criteria you will use to determine whether a work-related illness or injury is recordable and reportable for OSHA recordkeeping purposes. It will also introduce you to how to review an incident log for your worksite and create an annual incident summary for OSHA reporting purposes.

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Chemical Management Platform: New Secondary Container Label

The new label takes the original GHS label and adds a QR code that, when scanned, will take a user directly to the label’s safety data sheet (SDS). This new feature allows workers fast access to needed SDS information in case of emergency.


[New Whitepaper] Bringing Human Performance Fundamentals to the Workplace

Workers need training programs to develop cognitive abilities, agility, decision-making, and precision. These training programs are designed to enhance workers’ expertise, maintain their proficiency, and advance their capabilities. These skills help enhance human performance. Adapting behavior and cultural norms to prioritize human performance cannot be underestimated when building the workforce of the future. This white paper explains human performance to help trainers conduct comprehensive evaluations, generate insightful reports, and implement strategic approaches. It focuses on how to prioritize human performance in the workplace and provides stories of organizations that successfully apply it.

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[Video Interview] Think Tech Hawaii: Perspectives on Energy

Guillermo Sabatier, Director of International Services for HSI Industrial Skills welcomes Dr. David Gattie to discuss U.S. energy and electric power policy as part of national security. The discussion takes a hard look at how the U.S. is considering a grand experiment on two of its most critical infrastructure sectors – energy and electric power – when it’s facing some of the most challenging competition in its history.

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[New eBook] The Complete Guide to Onboarding Training

Learn how to successfully onboard and avoid high turnover rates. Studies show 83% of the highest-performing organizations begin onboarding before the new hire’s first day!

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Guess the Movie Quote Answer

Thanks for playing along!

Quote: "There are certain rules someone must abide by to survive a scary movie."

Answer: Scream (1996), Character: Randy played by Jamie Kennedy

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