“Quality, cost and speed — pick two.” This was a truism often quoted throughout my career, but does there always have to be a loser? It seems to work out that way.
Authorities in Dalian, China, closed a chemical plant due to the demands of protesters who were afraid of a possible spill.
Many business continuity management programs are a byproduct of enterprise risk management or part of customer-driven service level agreements, but it's looking for a home.
When a company is in the midst of a regulatory recall, the company must clearly understand that the FDA is its customer and it is imperative to get the recall right.
Which do you think of when you hear “state park”? Either way, I hope that extreme care is practiced: I want to see flames in my campfire, not in my water.
Without proper funding, the Food Safety Modernization Act will only function in a slapdash fashion, selectively choosing the facilities it has the means to inspect.
While the concept of a crisis response box was initially developed for use in schools, I think that it makes a lot of sense for every company to put one together.
Residents of Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida live in states with the most toxic air pollution from coal- and oil-fired power plants, according to recent analysis.
CyberLock electronic access control technology has been incorporated into two smart padlocks: the Hockey Puck and the Bar Bell.
While everyone struggles with giving away responsibility, I’ve found that there is no better way to critique — and perfect — old processes than teaching them to someone else.
CNN's Patrick Oppman visits the Yellowstone River oil spill site to evaluate how much damage was done, while ExxonMobil Pipeline President Gary Pruessing comments on the cleanup.
A California Milk Board campaign is playfully targeting men by saying milk reduces PMS symptoms, reports CNN's Elizabeth Cohen.
Stop wasting money on expensive training courses for managers — send the entire team instead!
The answer depends on who you listen to: the FDA or the EVP at CSL Biotherapies.
PBS Newshour looks into last Friday’s oil spill in the Yellowstone River and discusses the scope of the damage.
MS Noise, a company that has been delivering soundproof enclosures for vacuum pumps since 2004, recently introduced an extensive range of soundproofing products for the analytical laboratory.
Cell phones have had their share of critics, but the latest cellular scare sounds particularly interesting: Cell phones may be killing the honeybees.
Doug Tucker, Chief of the Los Alamos fire department, talks about fighting the wildfire near the Los Alamos National Laboratory nuclear production center.
Emirati nuclear officials say proposed nuclear plants for growing energy demands will have advanced safety systems.
According to Videx, the company can provide CyberLock electronic access and key control nearly anywhere a mechanical lock is present.
St. Louis' fire chief says they had to evacuate nearly 500 people and shutdown a highway following a chemical fire at the Chemisphere plant.
Netherlocks’ mechanical valve interlocks eliminate human error to ensure that critical valves are locked in the proper position.
Food Manufacturing spoke with Dr. Scott Hurd of Iowa State University about Europe’s deadly E. coli outbreak and how it could affect U.S. food processors and consumers.
"The Toxies" showcases the most dangerously toxic and seductive "bad actor" chemicals.