Category: Environment

Case study: How to improve employee health saving money

In a previous post we have seen the success of the Live Well Work Well Dartmouth-Hitchcock program. On this occasion we would like to discuss how leadership in companies leads to changes in health and wellness. Changes that can become global trends. Changes that transform the world. Let’s start from the beginning. Let’s consider a
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Planned Obsolescence: the economy, the environment and occupational safety.

The term “Planned Obsolescence” means determining or planning the useful life of a product or service marked by the manufacturer in the design phase. Its origin dates back to the 30s of the last century when it was even proposed as a compulsory measure by law to end the Great Depression. Although the application as
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10 frequently asked questions about nanomaterials that all prevention technicians should know

1. Is an exposure to nanomaterials in the workplace possible? Yes. More than 1,300,000 products available on the market incorporate nanomaterials that encompass many productive fields: electronics, building materials, textiles, cosmetics, food, automotive, cookware … and so on. It is known that nanotechnology has an labour impact on workers. 2. Is there an obligation to
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