UL EHS Sustainability empowers organizations to protect the well-being of workers, reduce risk, improve productivity, enhance compliance, and drive measurable business improvement through its EHS, occupational health, environmental, supply chain, sustainability, and corporate social responsibility platforms. Its new PURE Platform is a full suite of environment, health, safety, sustainability and supply chain software solutions designed for users who want total connectivity and visibility into the overall health, safety, and sustainability of their organization. More than 2,000 organizations in over 20 major industries including manufacturing, healthcare, and construction & energy, trust UL's tools to meet their expanding needs.
- Stay Healthy and Avoid Infectious Diseases
February 21, 2018
In a matter of hours, one sick worker can pass an illness to tens, hundreds, even thousands, of people. It’s not just the flu either. There are thousands of infectious diseases that affect people ever… Show More
- Making a Business Case for EHS Investment
February 15, 2018
EHS professionals are often faced with too many projects and not enough funds to complete them. An effective business case can go a long way toward securing the resources you need to implement a proje… Show More
- Get Ready to File your OSHA 300 Form
February 13, 2018
Are you ready to mail your OSHA 300 form? You might want to hold the stamp. As of this year, OSHA requires that establishments with 250 or more employees must submit electronically. Forms 300, 300A, a… Show More
Emerging Technologies in Learning
What’s the future of workplace learning? While there is no sure silver bullet, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), gamification, and social learning are all promising new ways to help improve learning comprehension and retention.
Embrace Big Data
Companies worldwide are working to improve their sustainability and environmental, health, and safety (EHS) performance and accurate data management has become a crucial and rapidly growing business requirement. Investment in data management systems is one the fastest growing areas of many companies’ EHS and sustainability spending.