May is a big month for construction safety with both Safety Week 2016 and the National Safety Stand-Down occurring in the first week of the month. With jobsite injuries and fatalities occurring at such a high rate — nearly three times that of other industries...
New Orleans secured more than $200 million for critical infrastructure and is midway through the city’s largest-ever capital program, 18 months since releasing the world’s first comprehensive urban resilience strategy. Having...
Homelessness among military veterans has long been an endemic problem at the intersection of multiple public-health disciplines. Issues from substance abuse to housing prices to mental healthcare to retraining workers to disability access all contribute to veterans' homelessness,...
Perhaps you’ve heard: A lot of people are severely unhappy at work. Reasons cited include low raises, no training and poor management. All of these seem to overlook a much more basic workplace issue: A lot of jobs suck. A paltry raise, no chance to gain new skills,...
Does election technology need to be upgraded across America? What is the connection between old voting equipment and a lack of public trust in election results? What can be done to calm fears of hacking in future elections? What new technology is needed now?
Almost every industry outside of high-tech is grappling with the problem of an aging workforce. The baby boomer generation is now aged between 51 and 69, with most of them either thinking about retiring or having already left the workforce. But things are changing fast,...
In a competitive business environment, all organizations must implement processes to manage risk effectively to achieve business and strategic objectives. Unfortunately, many organizations do not fully understand the risks they have assumed and whether they are monitored,...
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