CSR YEAR IN REVIEW: A Rapidly Changing Landscape, by Judi Freyman

Judi Freyman, leader of the Western Occupational Safety and Health network, has been following developments in Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability. Judi published an article intended to provide overview information to help Mercer ORC Networks members track and monitor developments for future planning. The article is available below.

Company Best Practice: Intel's Corporate Social Responsibility Materiality Analysis

Company Best Practice:  Identification and Assessment of Stakeholder Input and Issues 

Harvard Business Review-Winning in the Green Frenzy

Harvard Business Review Article:  Winning in the Green Frenzy.   Gregory Unruh and Richard Ettonson.  November 2010.   

Green competition is shifting from a race to launch ecofriendly products to a battle over what actually constitutes a green product. Unless you’re engaged in the debate and in shaping the rules, you risk being assessed against sustainability standards you can’t

Mercer ORC Sustainability-CSR Working Group - December 2010

The presentation describes the members, purpose and latest status (as of Dec 2010) of the Mercer ORC Sustainability and CSR Working Group

OSH May 2009 - Member Good Practices and Successes: Sustainability - Thomas Slavin

Thomas J. Slavin, CIH, CSP, CSHM
Manager, Occupational Safety and Health
Navistar, Inc. 

29:15 minutes (4.19 MB)

NIOSH Launches Initiative to Create Awareness, Guidance for Worker Safety and Health in "Green Jobs"

On June 8, 2009, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) announced the launch of  a new initiative to highlight the importance of incorporating worker safety and health into "green jobs" and environmental sustainability. The initiative will also develop guidance for preventing occupational injuries and illnesses in these growing sectors. To read more about this initiative, go to .


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