The need to make workspaces safe is a significant topic for employers and employees, as well as property owners and managers. Organizations are under pressure from their employees and tenants, with many asking, “What are you doing to make sure it’s safe for me to return to the workplace?” There may also be legislative requirements regarding
With employees focused on health and safety more intensely than before, the workplace environment and safety performance are new areas of competition among employers to attract and retain the best and brightest employees. In fact, according to a 2017 survey of 1,011 U.S. adults who work at small businesses, the safety of the work environment was among the top criteria that employees consider when evaluating a new job offer.
Golder’s Lara Bucklew, Digital Solutions Practice Leader, and JR VanOrder, Digital Solutions Global Practice Leader, met with Jill Bernstein, Head of Global Expert Services at Enhesa to talk about business resiliency amid COVID-19. In this information-packed series of videos, these leaders discuss how to navigate through this crisis together and maintain a healthy workplace after re-occupancy.
As communities and businesses have sought help to adopt new standards, leverage technology, deliver critical services, and remain connected, Golder has risen to the challenge. Learn how we have assisted clients and communities to chart a new normal.
The proper operation and maintenance of buildings and facilities has become a key factor as countries around the world ease COVID-19 lockdown measures and reactivate economies. As buildings reopen to regular occupancy levels, what steps should businesses, schools, and communities take when looking to keep employees, customers, tenants, and the public safe — while also protecting the organization?
Among climate change issues for the immediate future, water is at the top of the list. This is because we are likely to see more large-amplitude swings of too much water during some periods, and not enough water during others, delivering huge impacts on industry, human populations, and the natural environment.
Golder’s Global Performance and Assurance Group provides custom EHS auditing solutions that are flexible and adaptable to meet client needs including the changed conditions that this COVID-19 outbreak presents.
As workplaces open again under COVID-19 guidelines, companies and businesses need to consider another potential risk for employees who are re-entering vacated workplaces – Legionnaire’s Disease. This is a severe …
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Founded in Ontario, Canada in 1960, Golder extends across Canada and throughout the US — with more than 3,500 staff and nearly 80 offices stretching coast to coast. Our core capabilities in ground engineering and environmental-related services address the myriad of our clients’ technical issues and business efficiency expectations.
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