Did you miss June’s top EHS stories?
We've assembled a list of 10 articles for you from EHS and global news outlets, industry leaders, and technology experts.
The 10 stories that made our list include keeping workers safe during a heat wave, crisis management lessons from the Florida condo collapse, and more.
With a heat wave blasting many parts of the country, now is a good time to review your hot weather safety practices.
7 Tools to Forecast Summer Heat on the Job Site [For Construction Pros]
The National Weather Service has several tools to help track the risk of heat when working outside during summer months.
As rescue efforts continue in Miami Beach, early lessons for business leaders about managing and communicating about a crisis have already started to emerge from the tragedy.
The bipartisan deal, which includes $579 billion in new spending, could give companies that make machinery and materials a boost. Larger companies are likely to see the biggest benefits from years-long construction and overhaul projects.
Current carbon credit prices could surge to $50 a metric ton of CO2 by 2030, according to new research.
A majority of U.S. adults say that even fully vaccinated employees should continue to mask up at work.
Not knowing which employees are vaccinated complicates reopening for companies.
EPA Budget to Increase for FY 2022 [EHS Daily Advisor]
The fiscal year (FY) 2022 budget submitted to Congress by the Biden administration includes $11.2 billion earmarked for the EPA.
Oregon Poised to Become 8th US State to Go 100% Clean Energy [Environment + Energy Leader]
The Oregon State House and Senate passed a bill that commits electricity providers to deliver 100% clean power by 2040.
What is attracting more companies to pursue electric fleets, and what's holding back more of them from ditching the diesel?
Is there another great article we didn't include? Let us know in the comments below!