ORC HSE’s Collaborative Approach To Achieving Safety and Health Excellence
The Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Network is dedicated to developing productive new business approaches to achieving safety and health excellence. This group – the flagship forum of ORC HSE – links corporate OSH leaders from over 110 global firms with ORC HSE’s nationally known expert consultants to create an influential voice on national safety and health policy issues. Building on more than 45 years of experience in the field, ORC HSE consultants work with their premier network of corporate OSH managers to develop innovative strategies and tools for improving safety and health performance. The OSH Group presents a unique opportunity for members to share best practices and participate in candid benchmarking. Members benefit from networking opportunities, sharing perspectives with representatives of regulatory agencies and safety and health experts at quarterly meetings. Participation on ORC HSE task forces facilitates collaborative solutions to critical problems. Members also enjoy unlimited immediate access to ORC HSE consultants on any safety and health issue. Custom bi-weekly newsletters and quarterly updates – in addition to webinars on current OSHA initiatives – keep busy members up-to-the-minute on breaking developments.
Unique to this Network:
A network of distinguished corporate OSH leaders from more than 20 industry sectors
All members dedicated to achieving safety and health excellence
Candid benchmarking and sharing of best practices
New strategies and tools to improve safety and health performance
An ORC HSE Task Force has developed innovative strategies for preventing work-related fatalities and serious injuries.
An ORC HSE Task Force is creating a suite of leading and trailing OSH metrics to more effectively drive improved performance
ORC HSE is a member of the US Technical Advisory Committee for the development of a new international consensus standard on Occupational Safety and Health Management Systems, ISO 45001
ORC HSE recently submitted comments to OSHA on its Proposed Rules for Silica and Recordkeeping Modernization and its Request for Information on Process Safety Management