Also in the February 2017 Issue:
In theory, managing safety performance should be easy. No leader ever wants to see any harm come to anyone working for them. Nobody working for a living wants to go home hurt—or hurting—at the end of the day. When it comes to safety—where the ultimate goal is to send everyone home alive and well—there’s perfect
Building codes are state laws. The United States does not have a national building code or energy code; instead, states or local governments can choose to adopt one of the national model energy codes, a modified version of the model code, or their own state-specific code. Here are the 3 key primary components of the energy codes process and DOE’s role within them.
It’s shaping up to be a landmark year for changes affecting both employers and employees. Many new laws and regulations sponsored by the Obama administration were recently enacted or will took effect in January 2017. Will they be rolled back? We will find out when Donald Trump begins to move forward on his policy objectives