Can’t go to VPPPA Safety+ Symposium? Here are other ways to get involved.
Gwendolyn Sykes will talk at the Closing General Session on August 25.
Lowering the number of instances of workplace violence is not only crucial to the health and safety of your workforce, but is also legally mandated by federal OSHA.
People who work at weddings, bars and restaurants are often exposed to loud noise. How do you protect these workers from noise hazards?
A recent study shows that some employers may be interested in IDT to test for employee impairment.
The operator of car wash, oil change, fueling and convenience stores was cited for not protecting workers from violence, according to OSHA.
Since 2016, the company has faced proposed penalties of over $6 million.
The plan will cover local and state government workers.
Hearing loss affects many workers every year. Now, some may be able to get hearing aids without a prescription.
Creating an effective program to test for substance abuse in the workplace can be difficult when faced with modern day trends and challenges.
Field service management solutions can help with accountability, reducing risk and education.
As workers are exposed to heat, they can be at risk for heat-related illnesses.
Amid an on-going pandemic, VPPPA is assuring attendees of their annual Safety+ Symposium that safety and health is their top priority.
Listen in as Editor Sydny Shepard discusses everything you may need to know about forklifts and mitigating the risks associated with them.
Williams assumed his new role at VPPPA in July 2022.
New guidelines published last week include what to do if you are exposed to COVID-19.
VPPPPA is excited for their annual Safety+ Symposium, which is set to take place in Washington, D.C. August 23 - 25.
Throughout the days of the Symposium, attendees will have a chance to interact with the Association a variety of ways via featured events.
When workers are fatigued, it can put them and others at risk.
The changes two agencies in Arizona have made will be available for comment.
The two agencies signed the five-year agreement on worker safety and training.
The alliance focuses on the health and safety of temporary workers.
The facility in Colorado was cited in 2019 for exposing workers to violence hazards.
The waste disposal company was cited for 18 citations and was placed in the Severe Violator Enforcement Program.
Leaders at all levels should lead by example.
These worksite clinics can be a great tool for employers and employees.
A workplace safety campaign can contribute to an increase in health and safety.
Not having safety as a core value could be more detrimental than even trying to make it a core value to begin with. So, what are you waiting for?
In our first installment of this series, we discussed how to prepare your rooftop for an unexpected OSHA inspection. With this edition, we’re turning our lens to your facility's interior, as indoor fall protection is just as critical as the fall safety on your rooftop.
The type of PPE an employee needs depends on the job and hazards.