SRLs are designed to help you focus on the job, not the PPE.
Selection and wearing the right eye protection saves on pain, recovery and cost.
For many industrial employees, working at height is a regular part of the job.
A new ASTM standard could help employees feel safer on their feet.
Make tackling hazardous noise easier with the right tools and knowledge.
Training is key to managing a cardiac event at work.
A lot has changed in industrial hygiene, but one thing is constant: the need for worker health and safety.
As we continue to move through uncharted waters, it is important for businesses to keep employee safety top of mind.
Occupational Health & Safety’s annual product contest brought in more than 60 entries this year.
EHS records and reporting provide a baseline for an ESG program.
Tech-driven innovations are the key to providing workers with footwear that is comfortable, safe and convenient.
Understanding forklift safety could save lives.
Physiologic monitoring can help protect all workers from heat-related illness.
Not all definitions for “qualified” are the same.
Some of the topics the respondents were surveyed on were the height of the fall, the cause and if the employer made changes.
The ruling follows an incident in 2016 when a walkway collapsed with a worker on it.
Safety+ Symposium is over, but there are VPPPA events and resources to look forward to.
VPPPA has announced its latest location for their annual event.
The company must make changes, pay a penalty and will face probation after a court order.
There are many things that safety directors, managers and leadership can do to ensure that employees are adhering to a vision protection program.
One of the companies had a fire safety plan but did not use it, according to OSHA.
The report categorizes data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Safety can be a big concern for people who drive for work.
The lawsuit lists South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster and the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation as the plaintiffs.
Research shows that ill-fitting work shoes can significantly harm employees.
OSHA proposed penalties of $1,343,363.
NSC says that 21,340 people died from traffic crashes in the first half of this year.
Safety+ Symposium takes places in Washington DC from August 23 to 25.