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Our Most Popular EHS Articles of 2018

Looking for the best EHS articles of 2018?

We've published nearly 100 articles this year! In case you didn't have a chance to read them all, now is a good time to catch up on the 10 that most captured your peers' attention. 

The articles that made our list include 2018 trends and events, regulatory updates, near miss and job safety analysis tips and tricks... plus a few surprises!

Take a look at our top 10 countdown of the year's most popular articles: 

#10. The 10 Most Regulated Industries in the U.S.

Do you work in one of the most regulated industries in the U.S.? This article recaps the top 10 most regulated industries according to RegData's Industry Regulation Index, along with insights on the implications for companies in those industries.

#9. What is Smart PPE? The Future of Worker Safety

Smart PPE was a big trend in 2018 (check out article #7 on this list to see the others!). In this post, we answer all your questions about these new gadgets. 

#8. ISO 14001 Requirements: How to Comply With ISO 14001

ISO 14001 was a popular theme on last year's list, too, and for good reason: it's one of the best ways to continually improve your environmental performance. In this article, we break down the main requirements —  at a high level and in plain English.

#7. 10 EHS Trends to Watch in 2018

It's hard to stay on top of everything that's new and next in the industry. That's why we published this list of the 10 EHS trends to watch this year. Check out our list and see which trends you recognize from your own experience. 

#6. 5 Tips for Effective Job Safety Analysis (JSA)

We know that a JSA can feel like just another task on your to-do list. But if you do it right, you’ll see fewer injuries, better buy-in for your safety program, and less paperwork floating around on your desk. In this article, we show you 5 tips for an effective job safety analysis.

#5. 5 EHS Dashboards That Will Make Your Life Easier

Dashboards help you quickly visualize and drill down on trends in your data. Check out this article to see which EHS dashboards your peers are using to simplify data analysis and reporting. 

#4. 3 Near Miss Reporting Benefits That Will Convince Your Employees to Participate

Near miss reporting was another big theme this year. Here's how to communicate the benefits of near miss reporting and convince your employees to track near misses properly.

#3. Top Safety Conferences 2018 

Did you attend any of the conferences on our list? Which do you plan to attend next year? And, should we publish another list like this in 2019? 

#2. The Difference Between Job Safety Analysis and Risk Assessment

Even if you already perform both types of assessments for your organization, it's worth reviewing the differences to make sure you're not inadvertently creating more work for yourself.

#1. 6 Near Miss Reporting Form Examples You’ll Want to Copy

Our most popular post of the year! Get some ideas to update your near miss reporting form for 2019, along with insights on what works and why. 

Bonus: Our most popular resources of 2018

In addition to our blog, we also share lots of free resources for EHS leaders. These were our most downloaded EHS resources of 2018 -- along with links so you can grab a copy! 

Workplace Safety Calendar

Grab our new 2019 version to help you plan your toolbox talks and trainings.

The Definitive Guide to ISO 14001 Environmental Management

Everything you want to know about ISO 14001 including what it is, the benefits, what's new in the 2015 revision, how to implement, and FAQs. Also, don't miss our free ISO 14001 checklist.

The Ultimate Environmental Management Systems Guide

Learn how to keep up with changing regulations, standardize compliance, and improve your environmental performance. 

Building a Business Justification for EHS Software

This guide will help you build a business justification for EHS software from start to finish. While you're at it, don't forget to download our free business justification checklist.

 

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