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Enhance Your Fall Protection Program with Technology

Enhance Your Fall Protection Program with Technology

Our modern world largely revolves around data and technology.

The Right Winter Glove for Cold and Wet Applications

The Right Winter Glove for Cold and Wet Applications

Wearing the wrong glove in cold, harsh environments can have severe consequences.



OH&S Announces Winners of 14th Annual New Product of the Year Contest

OH&S is pleased to honor the winning companies in this year’s New Product of the Year awards.

Creating a Safety Culture on the Jobsite

Creating a Safety Culture on the Jobsite

Creating a stronger safety culture takes time.

Working with Manufacturers to be More Sustainable in 2023

Working with Manufacturers to be More Sustainable in 2023

Environmental impact should be considered when making your PPE selections.

Fall Protection Training: Now’s the Time to Prepare Your Team

Fall Protection Training: Now’s the Time to Prepare Your Team

Slip, trip and fall hazards are everywhere. Now is the time to prepare your team.

Comprehensive NFPA 70E Training for Qualified Workers

Comprehensive NFPA 70E Training for Qualified Workers

Proper training can enable employees to approach situations with safety in mind.

Everything You Need to Know about Safety Data Sheets

Everything You Need to Know about Safety Data Sheets

Safety Data Sheets are critical to informing employees of the hazards they face.

Hear Ye, Hear Ye: Using PPE to Protect Your Hearing

Hear Ye, Hear Ye: Using PPE to Protect Your Hearing

Protecting workers’ hearing is a team effort.

Fall Protection in Vehicle-Mounted Elevating and Rotating Aerial Devices

Fall Protection in Vehicle-Mounted Elevating and Rotating Aerial Devices

The time to act on fall protection is not after an incident occurs. It’s now.

Making PPE Safer by Design for Women in Industrial Jobs

Making PPE Safer by Design for Women in Industrial Jobs

Women’s PPE shouldn’t just be sized down, it should be designed for their bodies.

The Future: How Safety Will Continue to Evolve

The Future: How Safety Will Continue to Evolve

Let’s take a look into the future of the industry.

OSHA’s Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards for FY 2022

OSHA’s Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards for FY 2022

Let’s take a look at each standard and OSHA’s guidelines and requirements.

Mobile-First Technology that Makes Safety Second Nature

Mobile-First Technology that Makes Safety Second Nature

Utilize technology to place health and safety at the forefront of business.

Qatar Estimates 400 to 500 Migrant Workers Died from World-Cup Related Construction

Qatar Estimates 400 to 500 Migrant Workers Died from World-Cup Related Construction

“What I will say is one death is a death too many. Plain and simple,” Secretary General of the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy Hassan Al-Thawadi said in an interview with Piers Morgan.

OSHA Looks for Member Nominations for Advisory Committee

OSHA Looks for Member Nominations for Advisory Committee

The deadline for nominations for the Maritime Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health is January 13, 2023.

Inspectors Find ‘All-Too-Familiar’ Violations at Ohio Dollar General

Inspectors Find ‘All-Too-Familiar’ Violations at Ohio Dollar General

OSHA cited the store for four repeated violations.

3 Important Safety Considerations to Keep Staff With Epileptic Seizures Safe in the Workplace

3 Important Safety Considerations to Keep Staff With Epileptic Seizures Safe in the Workplace

Actions like eliminating triggers can create a safer workplace for employees with epilepsy.

Looking Towards the Future: How Safety Will Evolve

Episode 177

Looking Towards the Future: How Safety Will Evolve

In this episode, Editor Sydny Shepard takes a look at what is in store for the safety and health industry in the future.

New NIOSH Study Questions Non-Healthcare Workers on COVID-19 Exposure at Work

New NIOSH Study Questions Non-Healthcare Workers on COVID-19 Exposure at Work

One in five respondents said they were exposed to COVID-19, according to the study’s findings.

Keeping Employees Safe from Hazards After a Snowstorm

Keeping Employees Safe from Hazards After a Snowstorm

Even tasks as seemingly simple as shoveling snow can pose risks to employees.

Greater Profitability and Worker Safety with Visual AI

Greater Profitability and Worker Safety with Visual AI

Using visual AI with CCTV cameras can turn the technology into a proactive analytical asset.

Why Accurate Inventories Matter for Health and Safety

Why Accurate Inventories Matter for Health and Safety

In the brewing industry, inventory accuracy can help keep workers safe.

Two Washington Dollar Tree Stores Face Almost $55K in Combined Fines

Two Washington Dollar Tree Stores Face Almost $55K in Combined Fines

The fines were issued for blocked electrical panels and stacked boxes that were “perilously close to collapsing,” the state’s Department of Labor & Industries said.

How HIPAA and Other Health Privacy Laws Work Together to Protect Employee Health Information

How HIPAA and Other Health Privacy Laws Work Together to Protect Employee Health Information

With technology always changing, it's important for employers to learn how to protect employee information.

Protecting Data is Essential to Worker Safety

Episode 176

Protecting Data is Essential to Worker Safety

In this episode, Editor Sydny Shepard discusses how protecting employee data is essential to worker safety.

Safe Driving Tips from NSC This Thanksgiving Holiday

Safe Driving Tips from NSC This Thanksgiving Holiday

The National Safety Council estimates that 518 people may die from a car crash during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.