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Protecting Workers from Head to Toe

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OSHA to Hold Tenth Meeting for Comments on Whistleblower Program

OSHA to Hold Tenth Meeting for Comments on Whistleblower Program

The meeting will take place virtually on October 19, 2022.

OSHA Guidelines for Warehouse Pedestrian Safety

OSHA Guidelines for Warehouse Pedestrian Safety

Workers in a warehouse are exposed to hazards like falls, falling objects and forklifts. There are some measures you can take to keep pedestrians safe.



California Releases Guidance on Monkeypox and the Workplace

California Releases Guidance on Monkeypox and the Workplace

The guidance is meant to keep workers safe from the disease and applies to employers under the Aerosol Transmissible Diseases (ATD) standard.

Emergency Call Centers and Worker Safety: Are They Right for You?

Emergency Call Centers and Worker Safety: Are They Right for You?

Although call centers can be beneficial in a few ways, like requiring less work and providing reliable contact, they have their challenges, like being slow or not offering monitoring.

Winners of Challenge to Improve Protective Gear Announced

Winners of Challenge to Improve Protective Gear Announced

First place was awarded to a team for its PPE design accommodating multiple body types.

New Generation of Signal Towers are Brighter and Simpler to Order and Maintain

New Generation of Signal Towers are Brighter and Simpler to Order and Maintain

In some environments, signal tower lights are vital in keeping workers safe.

Live From Wrap-Up: NSC Safety Congress & Expo 2022

The show may be over, but you can view our coverage at ohsonline.com/live.

Chronic Venous Insufficiency and Chronic Venous Disease in Workers Standing or Sitting for a Prolonged Time Period

Chronic Venous Insufficiency and Chronic Venous Disease in Workers Standing or Sitting for a Prolonged Time Period

Workers who stand on their feet for an extended amount of time may be at risk for health issues.

NSC Congress & Expo Headed to New Orleans in 2023

NSC Congress & Expo Headed to New Orleans in 2023

The National Safety Council will be back with their annual Congress & Expo in New Orleans in 2023.

NSC White Paper Addresses Musculoskeletal Disorders at Work

NSC White Paper Addresses Musculoskeletal Disorders at Work

The paper includes initiatives for reducing the work-related injury.

In Case You Missed It: Highlights from NSC Congress & Expo

Episode 164

In Case You Missed It: Highlights from NSC Congress & Expo

In this podcast, Editor Sydny Shepard touches on the Occupational Keynote from OSHA Head Doug Parker, NSC’s Work to Zero Initiative and the unveiling of OSHA’s Top 10 Violations for fiscal year 2022.

New Poll Shows How Companies Work to Reduce Heat Stress

New Poll Shows How Companies Work to Reduce Heat Stress

J.J. Keller questioned companies on factors that lead to heat stress and what they do to reduce worker exposure.

Understanding the Stressors Behind Workplace Burnout

Understanding the Stressors Behind Workplace Burnout

Connecting with your workers and having an open conversation on mental health are ways employers can support their workers.

Society of Total Worker Health Launched to Improve Worker Health, Safety

Society of Total Worker Health Launched This Week

The new society focused on Total Worker Health was started by occupational safety and health leaders.

OSHA to Hold Meeting on Process Safety Management Standard

OSHA to Hold Meeting on Process Safety Management Standard

The meeting will take place virtually on October 12, 2022.

The Handling of Environmental Concerns in the Workplace and Federal Standards

There are many federal and state regulations to consider for companies that deal with hazardous material and other environmental concerns.

Live From Day Two: NSC Safety Congress & Expo 2022

Day two at the National Safety Council (NSC) Safety Congress & Expo 2022 in San Diego is done! The expo floor was busy as visitors looking to learn more stopped at the hundreds of booths lining the hall.

Two Women Honored with Marion Martin Award at 2022 NSC Safety

The National Safety Council (NSC) recently recognized two women safety professionals with the Marion Martin Award at the 2022 NSC Safety Congress & Expo. Both women are the first women of color to win the award.

Distinguished Service to Safety Award Bestowed to Four Professionals at 2022 NSC Safety Congress

At the 2022 National Safety Council (NSC) Safety Congress & Expo, NSC recognized four people with the organization’s top award for safety professionals, the Distinguished Service to Safety Award (DSSA).

OSHA Head Doug Parker Speaks at 2022 NSC Congress & Expo

Safety professionals from around the country are gathering in San Diego, Calif. for the National Safety Council’s annual Congress & Expo to network and learn with the top professionals in their field, including Doug Parker the Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health.

Live From Day One: 2022 NSC Safety Congress and Expo

The 2022 NSC Safety Congress and Expo is off to a great start! From an informative opening session to an active expo floor, there was so much to see and do on the first day. Here’s a look at what’s been going on at the congress and expo

OSHA Top 10 for FY 2022 Announced at NSC

It’s that time of year, again! Safety professionals packed in tight at National Safety Council’s 2022 Safety Congress & Expo in San Diego, Calif. on Tuesday, Sept. 20 to see the unveiling of the newest list of the Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards from OSHA for fiscal year 2022.

2022 NSC Congress Expo Kicks Off in San Diego

Are you ready for it? The National Safety Council’s 2022 Congress & Expo has officially kicked off following an Opening Session at the convention center in San Diego, Calif. on Monday, September 19.

Department of Labor Updates Severe Violator Enforcement Program

Department of Labor Updates Severe Violator Enforcement Program

Some of the changes include the kind of violations needed to be placed in the program and when employers can be removed from the list.

Surprise Inspections: What to Do If OSHA Comes Knocking

Episode 163

Surprise Inspections: What to Do If OSHA Comes Knocking

OSHA inspections are generally unannounced. Listen in as Editor Sydny Shepard discusses the do's and don'ts of a surprise inspection.

Why Sufficient Sleep and Rest is so Important for Work

Why Sufficient Sleep and Rest is so Important for Work

Getting enough quality sleep can lead to a safer work environment.

National Farm Safety and Health Week Will Focus on “Protecting Agriculture’s Future”

National Farm Safety and Health Week Will Focus on “Protecting Agriculture’s Future”

The annual week will be held from September 18 to 22, 2022.

Asphalt Plant in Colorado designated “Star” Site Under VPP

Asphalt Plant in Colorado Designated “Star” Site Under VPP

Owens Corning has 15 other locations with the same recognition.

OSHA Inspection Finds Workers Exposed to Multiple Hazards at NJ Foundry, Agency Says

OSHA Inspection Finds Workers Exposed to Multiple Hazards at NJ Foundry, Agency Says

The agency cited the company for 14 violations for not having certain trainings, among other violations.