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November 5 2019

Guide: The 10 Items Needed to Conduct a Thorough…

When investigating an incident or near-miss, there are key pieces of information that must be gathered. In this guide, we dissect 10 elements that make up a strong incident investigation. Understand the importance of noting time factors and working conditions,…

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November 1 2019

Tips for Writing and Compiling the Ultimate Engineering Resume

By Andrei-Iulian Kurtuy, Co-founder & CCO, Novoresume Here’s something you may already know if you’re an engineer: you’re highly in demand! When the prestigious Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering’s “Create the Future Report” surveyed more than 10,000 people, the results…

Whitepapers & Guides
October 24 2019

Infographic: 10 Steps to Implement a Safety Management System

In our latest infographic, “10 Steps to Implement a Safety Management System,” discover the framework for creating or improving your safety management program. Here you’ll find tips for prioritizing hazards for mitigation, working on trouble safety areas, training your team,…

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October 18 2019

Online Privacy & Security: Simple Tips to “Own It”

By Greg Surla, Vector Solutions Director of Cybersecurity Did you know that 64% of U.S. adults have noticed or been notified of a significant data breach affecting their sensitive accounts or personal data? And that roughly half of Americans (49%)…

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October 11 2019

5 Best Practices for Managing Contractors, Visitors and Vendors

Hiring contractors brings specialized skill sets that may not exist in house and provides a flexible staffing model, but doing so also presents new challenges. The issue of qualifying and documenting contract employees and ensuring safety and compliance throughout their…

Subject Matter Experts
October 3 2019

Course Author Spotlight: Jim Taube

RedVector Author Jim Taube is a Professional Engineer (PE) and Certified Energy Manager (CEM). Jim has extensive industrial experience with 23 years in the pulp and paper industry and 12 years in institutional and pharmaceutical facility management. His responsibilities have…

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October 3 2019

Manufacturing Day Resources: Skills Training Guide, More

We’re proud to be an official endorser of Manufacturing Day (Oct. 4, 2019), a celebration meant to dispel factory floor myths and inspire the next generation of manufacturers. So, are you with us? How Are You Training the Next Generation?…

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September 27 2019

8 Steps for Creating Effective Training for Maintenance Teams

Creating effective training isn’t easy. Common problems include creating training that doesn’t support a true business goal or is intended for a problem that training can’t fix. Sometimes training just includes too much information. Imagine someone at work perceives a…

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September 23 2019

As Americans Drive More, Roadway Risk Is Up

An average driver in the United States spends an additional 20 minutes behind the wheel each week compared to five years ago, according to 2019 research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, a nonprofit research and education association. On…