Ian Cohen

Ian Cohen, MS is the Product Marketing Manager responsible for Cority's Environmental and Safety initiatives. Before taking this role, Ian was Cority's Environmental Product Manager, where he was responsible for developing Cority's Environmental Compliance and Data Management Suite. Prior to working with Cority, Ian was an environmental specialist at Florida Power & Light Company, a NextEra Energy, Inc., company, where he led the development, implementation, and management of various environmental management systems and programs. Ian is well versed in the development of enterprise environmental management information systems and is a subject matter expert in corporate sustainability, including program development, annual reporting and stakeholder communications. Ian earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and a Master of Science in Environmental Science, both from The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

  • Be Prepared for Implementation of California AB 617 Community Air Protection Program

    Be Prepared for Implementation of California AB 617 Community Air Protection Program

    Learn the lowdown on California's AB 617 law, communities impacted by high cumulative exposure burden, and emissions reporting requirements for stationary sources.

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  • Are You Ready for the New OSHA Weighting System for Inspections?

    Are You Ready for the New OSHA Weighting System for Inspections?

    OSHA has recently implemented a new weighting system for health and safety inspections. Read on to learn about the new system.

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  • Reminder: Safe + Sound Week Is August 12-18

    Reminder: Safe + Sound Week Is August 12-18

    August 12-18th, 2019 is the OSHA's Safe + Sound Week, a year-round campaign to encourage every workplace to have a safety and health program. Read on to register!

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  • National Safety Month: Stay Safe 365 Days of the Year

    National Safety Month: Stay Safe 365 Days of the Year

    What better time to review your EHS programs than National Safety Month? In this post our safety experts outline some best practices you can implement to improve your safety culture.

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  • Lockout/Tagout Standard: OSHA Requests Information to Determine if Updates are Needed

    Lockout/Tagout Standard: OSHA Requests Information to Determine if Updates are Needed

    Find out what our EHSQ professionals have to say about the recent OSHA request for information on a possible update to the Control of Hazardous Energy.

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  • Heat-Related Illness: How to Minimize Risk

    Heat-Related Illness: How to Minimize Risk

    Heat-related illness is preventable. Follow these proactive measures to minimize the risks of an employee developing heat exhaustion or heat stroke on the job.

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  • A Look At OSHA’s 2019 Unified Agenda

    A Look At OSHA’s 2019 Unified Agenda

    Learn which rules and standards OSHA intends to update in 2019 and find out what you can do to maintain compliance.

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  • OSHA Digs Trenching and Excavation Safety

    OSHA Digs Trenching and Excavation Safety

    Learn how to effectively reduce the risk of trenching and excavation-related incidents and injuries by following these safety best practices from OSHA. Read now.

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  • National Epilepsy Awareness Month: Be Aware, Be Prepared

    National Epilepsy Awareness Month: Be Aware, Be Prepared

    1 in 26 people will develop epilepsy in their lifetime. Learn how to spot seizure warning signs and what you can do to make epilepsy awareness part of your workplace health and safety program.

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  • Appeals Court Rejects EPA’s 20-Month Delay of Risk Management Program Amendments

    Appeals Court Rejects EPA’s 20-Month Delay of Risk Management Program Amendments

    What do EPA risk management changes mean for you? Learn more about key amendments you need to be aware of.

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  • The Importance of a Quick Response: Proper Incident Management Techniques

    The Importance of a Quick Response: Proper Incident Management Techniques

    Gain a deeper understanding to the major benefits of incident management software, and how it can enrich workplace safety among your organization.

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  • Making the Case to Automate Your Environmental Management System through EMS Software

    Making the Case to Automate Your Environmental Management System through EMS Software

    You know you would deliver better environmental management if you had a world-class EMS software solution. Learn practical steps to building the business case for EMIS software.

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  • How to Measure the Success of Your Safety Programs

    How to Measure the Success of Your Safety Programs

    This article will help safety professionals when trying to define success and outline best practices to help you demonstrate the value of the companies safety programs and initiatives.

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  • OSHA Proposes Elimination of the OSHA 300 and 301 Reporting Requirements

    OSHA Proposes Elimination of the OSHA 300 and 301 Reporting Requirements

    OHSA is proposing to amend its recordkeeping regulation that requires companies with 250+ employees to electronically submit information from its individual injury/illness forms. Read here for more.

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  • Is There a Resurgence of Black Lung Disease in Appalachia?

    Is There a Resurgence of Black Lung Disease in Appalachia?

    With an alarming rise in Black Lung Disease and PMF there is an urgent need for improved dust control and health programs to protect miners and reduce their long-term health risks. Find out more here.

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  • Got Mercury? Be Prepared for New EPA Reporting Requirements

    Got Mercury? Be Prepared for New EPA Reporting Requirements

    Did you know that companies that use mercury must report to EPA regardless of the amounts used? Read on to learn about the new reporting rules including who must report, what to report, and more.

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  • Is Your Company Managing HAZWOPER Medical Testing Properly?

    Is Your Company Managing HAZWOPER Medical Testing Properly?

    Are you conforming to the HAZWOPER regulations set forth by OSHA? Learn more here to ensure your health and safety programs aren't missing any critical components.

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  • EPA's New e-Manifest System: What You Need to Know

    EPA's New e-Manifest System: What You Need to Know

    With the EPA's new e-Manifest program about to launch, are you ready to take your hazardous waste tracking process digital? Learn more about the program highlights, fees, and how to prepare.

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  • OSHA and NIOSH Publish New Bulletin on Chemically Induced Hearing Loss

    OSHA and NIOSH Publish New Bulletin on Chemically Induced Hearing Loss

    Ototoxicants in the workplace can pose a serious risk to your employees. Learn what OSHA and NIOSH recommend to manage exposure and prevent chemically induced hearing loss.

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  • Trench Safety Stand Down 2018

    Trench Safety Stand Down 2018

    How will your company participate in Trench Safety Stand Down? Find out how you can get involved in this event focused on discussing the hazards related to working in and around trenches/excavation.

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