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CSSE Announces Its Newest Chapter in Quebec

CSSE - New Quebec Chapter - Feb 2018Posted: Tuesday, February 20, 2018

TORONTO, Ontario — The Canadian Society of Safety Engineering’s (CSSE) Board of Directors is pleased to announce that they have approved the issuing of a chapter charter to the Quebec region. Quebec is CSSE’s 38th chapter.

Chapters are a vital part of the value of membership within the CSSE.

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Harvard study identifies human capital metrics measured by global companies

CSHS - Harvard study - Oct 2017Posted: Monday, October 23, 2017

CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts — Human capital metrics, including occupational safety and health data, frequently are collected by a majority of global companies, yet many of these firms are not publicly reporting the information, according to a study released today by the Harvard Law School Labor and Worklife Program in conjunction with the Center for Safety and Health Sustainability (CSHS). Corporate Disclosure of Human Capital Metrics is authored by Aaron Bernstein and Larry Beeferman of the Harvard Law School Pensions and Capital Stewardship Project.

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CSHS encourages safety and health professionals to comment on sustainability standard

CSHS - GRI 403 - Aug 2017Posted: Wednesday, August 30, 2017

PARK RIDGE, Illinois — The Center for Safety and Health Sustainability (CSHS) is encouraging safety and health professionals around the world to let their voices be heard over the next month on a key international standard connected to corporate sustainability. The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is seeking feedback on proposed updates to GRI 403: Occupational Health and Safety. The comment period is open through Oct. 9.

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CSHS study supports standardization of sustainability reporting to improve workplace safety

CSHS - Study - Aug 2017Posted: Tuesday, August 1, 2017

PARK RIDGE, Illinois — The Center for Safety and Health Sustainability (CSHS), whose member organizations represent more than 100,000 workplace safety and health professionals around the world, has released a report on its second analysis of how recognized “sustainable” companies report occupational injuries, illnesses and fatalities. The Need for Standardized Sustainability Reporting Practices is a step forward in showing how global initiatives that index corporate sustainability can include companies’ commitment to safe and healthy workers.

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