Editor's Note

Editor Melissa J. Ruminski's monthly reflections


Editor’s Note: You said it

This month in Safety+Health, we’re publishing the results of our 2023 Training Survey. Created in response to National Safety Council members asking NSC Library Manager Alaina Kolosh for data on training expenditures, the survey is now in its eighth year.
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Editor’s Note: Wherever you call home

Last year I made a decision to move from the Midwest – where I’ve lived my entire life – to the Deep South. When I told family, friends and co-workers that, after much thought, I was going to take a chance and try life in a new state, a common response was, “You’re so lucky to be moving where it’s warm!” And then in December, while I was still unpacking boxes in my new home, the polar vortex that struck the Midwest made its way to my area, bringing bone-chilling temperatures.
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Editor’s Note: Acceptance and trust

Raising awareness of – and providing guidance on – the implementation of safety technology is a goal of the National Safety Council’s Work to Zero initiative. Its mission: to “research the most effective technologies and ways to integrate them into the workplace, provide educational resources to increase the adoption of technology, and foster key partnerships with stakeholders in the field to strengthen everyone’s work.”
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Editor’s Note: You inspire us

I’m delighted to announce that S+H has won a 2022 Folio: Eddie Award, described by its organizers as “the most prestigious recognition program in the publishing community, recognizing excellence in editorial content and design across print and digital media.”
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Editor’s Note: Survey says

This month, Safety+Health presents the results of our annual Salary Survey. Big thanks to everyone who received the email questionnaire and responded. We know you have a lot of demands on your time, and we appreciate your spending some of it on us.
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