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by Lindsey Johnson | Nov 04,2014

OJAI, CA – Global consultancy BST (http://www.bstsolutions.com) today announced the acquisition of RCI Safety (http://www.rcisafety.com), a safety software and consulting firm headquartered in Horton, Kansas. The acquisition, completed by BST parent company DEKRA, adds web-based data management capabilities to BST’s suite of safety solutions. Client organizations will have access to single-source tracking of critical safety-related and operational data, including behavior-based safety observations, audits, incident investigations, quality management, and other system information.

by RCI Safety | Jul 10,2014

RCI Safety is a world-leading provider of safety management systems. Their web-centric, behavior-based safety management solution is now used by hundreds of enterprises worldwide. But improving delivery and adoption of RCI Safety’s services was hindered by having to create and support static forms. Each required months of programming to customize to clients’ needs – until ABBYY FlexiCapture helped RCI Safety in transitioning to on-demand form printing.

by RCI Safety | Feb 14,2014

Julie Waltz is RCI Safety's newest Associate Safety Professional.

by Lindsey Johnson | Jul 10, 2013

Horton, KS — RCI Safety is pleased to announce its recent hiring of Carey Bennett who joined the RCI Safety team as Director of Business Development on May 20th. In this role, Mr. Bennett will be responsible for the development of internal management and leadership development. Bennett’s extensive background in leadership training, operations management, safety training and people management will help RCI Safety continue to grow as a leader within the safety industry.

by RCI Safety | Jul 02, 2013

The Strategy of Efficiency When it Comes to Managing Safety - All core business disciplines (production, marketing, sales, quality, safety) require some type of strategy to ensure they perform in a manner that meets organizational expectations. This is generally accomplished through the use of some type of formal management system. The administration of any management system requires time, effort, and a good deal of planning. All organizations, whether large and complex or small and simple, require some type of management system to oversee their safety efforts. The collective formal actions on the part of a company to manage safety activities are termed the Safety Management System (SMS).

by Lindsey Johnson | Mar 14, 2013

As stated in Article 1, the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) presents the most sweeping reform of our food safety laws in more than 70 years. The new law is ambitious as was the schedule to promulgate new regulations; however, to date only two proposed rules have been published in draft form.

by Lindsey Johnson | Mar 14, 2013

As stated in Article 1, the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) presents the most sweeping reform of our food safety laws in more than 70 years. The new law is ambitious as was the schedule to promulgate new regulations; however, to date only two proposed rules have been published in draft form.

by Lindsey Johnson | Dec 17, 2012

As I mentioned in Article 1, we will cover FSMA in bite-size pieces; thus, the idea behind brief, weekly articles. However, even at this pace sometimes you need to take a step back and give a topic a little more time. We had many interesting calls and emails in response to the last article. I thought it would be helpful to share some of these in FAQ format in a follow-up to Article 2 – Registration Mandates.

by Lindsey Johnson | Dec 17, 2012

Want to know more about the Food Safety Modernization Act? Read this article for all of your questions to be answered!

by Lindsey Johnson | Dec 14, 2012

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) was passed on December 21, 2010, the last full day of the 111th Congress, and signed into law by President Obama on January 4, 2011. Tribute it to political exhaustion over Obamacare, a plethora of other new regulations or a busy Christmas season, but for the most comprehensive overhaul of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act in 75 years, FSMA became law with little fanfare.