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). […]

“I Don’t Give a **** If You Believe in Climate Change…”

Paris Agreement, climate change, and greenhouse gasses – do you understand what these terms really mean?  Do you understand that decisions we make today will have consequences far into the future?  While climate change may seemingly have no apparent consequence to the day-today activities of most HSE professionals, I firmly believe that each and every […]

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 […]