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This annual event promotes awareness and understanding of workplace safety and health programs that help improve sustainability and the bottom line by identifying and managing workplace hazards before they cause injury or illness. See how your company can get involved.
Read how JBS, one of the largest food producers in the United States, is meeting the COVID vaccine challenge head-on with an employee training and education program.
We’re proud to welcome Paul Reynish as the new company president. He comes to Intertek Alchemy with more than 25 years of international executive leadership experience with high-profile hospitality and quick service restaurant brands…
We sat down with Susan Schneider, Branch Chief of Active Assailant Security DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), to learn how to create an active shooter preparedness program that protects and saves lives.
Capture the institutional knowledge of your aging workers before they leave with OJT videos that also help with the worsening manufacturing labor shortage.
Learn how to develop digital SOPs
Upcoming Webinar on New COVID-19 OSHA Guidance and Planning
Discover five new ways that will help you build a stronger workplace safety program.
Common challenges and roadblocks for Intertek Alchemy’s first State of the Workplace Safety Training report.
Intertek Alchemy first State of the Workplace Safety Training report findings.
Full Podcast: Setting expectations and standards through a strong safety training program is one of the best ways to create a safe working environment.
Manufacturing safety training is infinitely more powerful when the content represents what workers actually see and experience every day: when the scenes are set around the very machinery that employees use daily in high-risk, hazardous environments; when English isn’t the only spoken language, when education levels vary, and when there is limited access to computers.