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Issue 14 • April 20, 2022
What's new
On April 5, Fulcrum launched new Intelligent Team Automation capabilities, and along with it, a bunch of resources about the exciting upgrade to its Field Inspection Management platform, including:
With powerful new functionality, Fulcrum Intelligent Team Automation will revolutionize not only the way you do field inspections, but how you manage the field inspectors.
Increasing EHS team productivity through intelligent automation
April 21, 2022 | 2pm EDT
EHS pros know that they get the best outcomes when people perform the same tasks the same way, every time. So why aren't we automating more of our safety processes? Join Fulcrum's Jake Freivald for an EHS Daily Advisor webinar to learn how to break down your existing safety processes into distinct steps that can be digitized, enriched, and automated at scale.  Register now ►
Data-driven safety, quality, and maintenance inspection management
If you work in a labor-centric environment, you know about the importance of field inspections – they keep workers safe, quality high, and operations going smoothly. But did you know that that’s barely scratching the surface? After a multi-month study, Paradoxes research firm has uncovered fascinating insights into the importance of field inspections, compiled into a research report jam-packed with data that will help you understand inspection-related challenges across multiple industries. Read more ►
Safety considerations for the aging construction workforce
Did you know that 43% of construction workers are over 45, and fully 22% are over 55? With aging workers in a labor-intensive field, it's on employers to keep them safe. Learn how in this Construction Executive article by our own Jake Freivald. Read more ►
Improving utility field ops with location-based data
Transparency is critical for keeping condos safe
How to ensure (and prove) safety and quality under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
The "I" in "team": Inspections as a team sport webinar (April 27 at 2pm EDT)
What we're reading
A thoughtful McKinsey & Company report investigating the causes of construction industry labor shortages, and what can be done to close the gap.
EHS Daily Advisor reports on the latest set of penalties for safety violations levied by OSHA against Dollar General. The big question: how many greeting cards, packs of Ramen noodles, and chocolate-flavored Easter bunnies will it have to sell to pay its fines? (Answer: a bunch.)
Let’s hear it for OSHA! This is an excellent read about the history of OSHA, its incredible effectiveness at bringing about real change in workplace safety, and even dispelling misconceptions about how it operates.
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