Introducing TIPS – Today’s Incident Prevention System

Notwithstanding the claims promoted by many companies of their million upon millions of hours of work done without a loss time incident, we are all very much aware that accidents happen.  (If interested on my thoughts on the incident reporting scam please read this blog post – Lies, Damned Lies, Statistics and Loss Time Injuries).Accidents […]

Introducing Our Newest Office – Alqara, Saudi Arabia

Redlog has been providing HSE services across Saudi Arabia since 2002.  Over that time we have completed dozens of projects, including Phase I and Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), HSE due diligence and compliance audits, industrial hygiene studies, HSE training, environmental impact assessments (EIAs) and site remediation.   These projects have extended across the Kingdom, […]

Silent Killers in Kitchens – Household Air Pollution

Today I have the pleasure of introducing a guest blogger, Ms. Ther Aung (soon to be Dr. Ther Aung), a former employee of mine and now a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of British Columbia.   Ther has an extensive background in industrial hygiene and public health and has just completed some fascinating research on […]

Metal Contamination in Toys – Buyer Beware!

I have previously written a blog post on a topic raised by my close friend and colleague, Dr. Tom Murphy, – the disturbing issue of Mercury Contamination of Skin Whitening Creams, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.   Tom is a leader in reporting on important issues of contaminants in foods and consumer products, and he has also published […]