Healthy, Safe and Productive Lives
Department of Health | Workplace Health and Safety
Topics are arranged in alphabetical order. Note that for many topics there may be coverage of the occupation-related disease or safety issue, the burden of the disease, analysis of interventions (cost-effectiveness, etc.), WHO policies, and actual activities carried out by WHO and its partners. Therefore relevant materials can appear under various headings and sub-pages.
Maine Department of Labor: Workplace Safety and Health
UL is advancing Workplace Health & Safety to help companies safeguard and enhance the well-being of their employees. We are pioneering the use of leading indicators, enabling a shift in focus to a more proactive prevention of illness and injury. We integrated health and safety management software to provide companies with greater transparency so they can more effectively detect and mitigate emerging risks. We employ a unique approach to help organizations build a health and safety culture in which employees go beyond compliance to actively engage in their own safety and that of their colleagues. We are innovating safety analytics to better understand and address the underlying causes of and contributing factors to workplace incidents. And we are developing new learning tools to change how managers and workers think and behave, in order to create healthier, safer workplaces.
UL | New Science | Workplace Health and Safety
Eric Glass has 18 years of risk management, loss control and safety experience. He is an OSHA outreach trainer and advises companies on the design of advanced risk management and safety programs. Glass provides insights to advance workplace safety training and software development. He also contributes to UL’s Fire and Electrical Safety Audits offering for international, ready-made garment factories. In addition, he assisted with the development of Florida’s first continuing education safety curriculum for service contractors in the HVAC, electrical and plumbing industries.
Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation ..
Teri Hale is the Senior Learning Manager of Professional Learning Services for UL Workplace Health and Safety. She collaborates with clients, sales, external and internal stakeholders, and subject matter experts in the strategic analysis, design and delivery of interactive learning solutions. She is a Project Management Professional (PMP) and has a master’s degree in Technology Education with extensive experience in training and supervision, e-learning solutions, adult learning and instructional design.