Arizona companies preparing to reopen are under pressure to ensure the safety of employees, customers and vendors. Guidelines can be confusing, ever-changing and complex. Learn more about how YellowBird is helping the Phoenix community reopen safely.
Gig Economy is about to take flight, are you on board? Check out more about how YellowBird is matching EHS Pros with gig projects.
YellowBird’s Michael Zalle and Michelle Tinsley talk about how YellowBird can help experts in the construction industry.
Never before has the Arizona business community needed leaders who are agile, adaptable, and innovative more than they are needed in today's rapidly expanding economy.
When assembling our annual May issue, which always focuses on health and safety, there was no shortage of great content to choose from, considering that we cover electrical safety on a monthly, weekly, and oftentimes daily basis.
Did you know that private industry employers reported a decrease of 5.7% in non-fatal workplace injuries and illnesses between 2019 and 2020? This seems to be promising for the future of safety in the workplace but, in actuality, this statistic coincides with a startling fact.
As more and more people return to the workplace in the New Year after working from home for months, a lot of adjusting is going to take place: back to wearing business casual waist down, no more checking to see if mute is on or off during meetings, and not having the household's fuzzy companion at arm's length during the day.
Looking back at 2021, there's a lot we can learn from the Top 10 OSHA fines. These fines can be the first indicator of what OSHA inspectors will be looking for when they inspect your site in 2022.
Whether or not we realize it, over the last decade artificial intelligence (AI) has changed our lives in more ways than we can imagine. Today, we use AI powered platforms to find a ride, order food, search for that next forever home, shop, and even hire.
4.3 million Americans quit their jobs in August. Among these now-open roles are industry professionals who were tasked with managing safety at manufacturing businesses nationwide. “Don't let safety go lax” amid staffing gaps resulting from the Great Resignation, warns Michelle Tinsley, co-founder and COO of Yellowbird.
Safety is a critical challenge for employers across the country and construction remains heavily regulated. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), in 2020 alone, the three main general safety and health inspections totaled more than 1,300 recorded violations.
The importance of safety and compliance cannot be minimized by companies across the construction industry. It means protecting lives and avoiding delayed projects, hefty OSHA fines, and damaged reputation.
Michelle Tinsley, Co-founder of YellowBird, has been involved in the field of technology for more than 30 years. For our latest “Faces of EHS” profile, we sat down with Michelle to discuss why she made the leap from tech to environment, health, and safety; her thoughts on YellowBird's importance as an EHS recruiting tool
Driven by the COVID-19 pandemic and the return on investment provided by strong safety and sustainability programs, organizations are valuing environment, health, and safety (EHS) professionals more than ever, and this presents great opportunities for the EHS field. However, these opportunities highlight the complexities surrounding hiring and recruiting for EHS positions.
YellowBird, a nationwide on-demand marketplace that matches Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) professionals with businesses, is proud to announce a new policy that reinforces its core belief in equity and equality for all workers.