Safety
How a Mobile Audit Solution Supercharges Safety Management
  The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reports that 14 people die every day due to work-related injuries. 
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3 Steps to Better Food Industry Safety in 2021
The pandemic’s disruption is virtually unavoidable in every industry, but it’s especially evident within the food supply chain. Amidst markets in flux, emerging health and safety concerns, and shifting standards, it’s clear that this is a time of considerable upheaval within the food industry.
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How Visualizing Data Can Transform Health & Safety Procedures
In the post-lockdown world, keeping up with health and safety guidelines is paramount. New regulations, best practices, and local rules continue to trickle down to customer-facing businesses every day. It’s a lot to keep up with, especially considering that consumer confidence is trending poorly. There’s an elegant solution to ensuring both internal compliance and consumer […]
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Incidents, Accidents, and Near-Misses: What’s the Difference?
In virtually every industry, a variety of adverse events will inevitably happen. That’s why it’s critical to understand the difference between these events and how to respond appropriately. In this blog, we’ll discuss the difference between incidents, accidents, and near-misses. We’ll also tell you about the best tool for dealing with all three.
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5 Easy Steps to Building Better Incident Reports
An incident report is one of the most critical documents used in the investigation of a workplace accident, near-miss, illness, or injury. Incident reports are so significant that using anything but the best approach to creating them can spell trouble. Missing crucial details, creating unnecessary delays, and making critical mistakes are just a few of […]
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Safety Inspection vs. Safety Audit: What’s the Difference?
Even though industry veterans may use the terms interchangeably, safety inspections and safety audits are two very different functions with a similar goal: keeping workers safe. Here’s the biggest difference between these two safety processes:
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3 Ways to Make Food Safety Smarter, Faster, and More Efficient
Food safety is the most heavily regulated aspect of food service and production. Often, it’s also the least optimized. At Form.com, we’ve worked with many companies whose food safety processes are isolated from relevant functions and the next logical steps. This isolation creates a barrier between issues and their resolutions, and it prevents daily activities […]
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5 Steps to Keep Up With EHS Compliance in 2020
Do you feel like there’s an endless stream of regulatory requests, approvals, and inspection forms poured on your desk each day? Every year, new regulations create fresh challenges for your organization, forcing you to re-evaluate your EHS strategy. Every time ISO, OSHA, or the FDA update their regulatory language, you seek out new consultants, certifications, […]
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Improving Manufacturing Safety Inspections in 4 Easy Steps
As a leader in your manufacturing company, you must comply with regulations and ensure the safety of your workers. However, it’s virtually impossible to make smart decisions without a clear understanding of safety conditions at each factory. To make matters worse, many manufacturing supervisors allow incidents to slip below the radar either due to under-reporting […]
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Staying Ahead of Food Safety Regulations in 2020
It seems like every year there’s a highly publicized outbreak of foodborne illness that ends up linked to a major restaurant chain or food producer. The public outcry often leads to investigations, new regulations on the products involved, and corporate apologies. Meanwhile, the rest of the industry is forced to deal with the fallout regardless […]
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3 Ways to Keep Up with Manufacturing Safety in 2020
The US manufacturing industry continues to grow despite an increasingly service-based and online economy. According to the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation, capital growth in manufacturing will exceed the general economy throughout the rest of 2019. It’s a positive outlook for many companies that manufacture goods within the United States, but it’s only a […]
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3 Ways Mobile Data Collection Improves Worker Health and Safety
Each year, more than 2.9 million US workers suffer injuries at work. The National Safety Council estimates that every injury causes nine days of missed work and costs $42,300 in lost productivity, insurance claims, and medical bills.
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