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- OIL & GAS SAFETY: In Gas and Oil, It All Starts from the Ground Up
- VISION PROTECTION: How to Simplify Eye Protection Selection Among Diverse Oil & Gas Applications
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- ELECTRICAL SAFETY: Workplace Electrical Safety and Organizational Context
- HEAT STRESS: Beat the Heat!
- ERGONOMICS: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: What We Know
- TRANSPORTATION SAFETY: Improving Safety with Video Surveillance Solutions
- HAZARD AWARENESS: Going on Offense for Safety
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- EMPLOYEE GIFTS & INCENTIVES: Keeping Safe Practices Front and Center
"Keep spreading the word, teaching the public, and pushing for AED access laws in your communities. Stories like mine are the best teaching tools," says SCA survivor J.R. Bourne.
Choose hand protection solutions via form, function, and fit.
Although CTS is a strong driver of workers' compensation costs, lost wages, lost productivity, and disability, there is still a limited understanding of its frequency and causes in working populations.
When outfitted with the proper lens tint, workers benefit from reduced eye strain, enhanced visual perception, and increased safety and productivity.
These systems are used for security purposes, but they are also used for much more, including operations, maintenance, and safety.
The next time you are around any hazard, remember to focus on the presence of the hazard and not allow your mind to get lost in unrelated compulsive thought.
The standard is specifically designed for industrial gloves and the special protection they offer to workers.
We humans are great at connecting dots when information is missing. The downfall of that is it leads to inaccurate assumptions, which lead to consequential actions, which lead us toward unplanned and often unwanted results.
Good safety practice requires that workers take responsibility for their own safety and that of their co-workers. But it's also important that organizations empower them to do so.
Employers can and should test employees for illegal prescription drug use and illicit drug abuse. Further, employers may test job applicants pre-employment and continue to monitor for abuse in the workplace.
Many workplace drug and alcohol testing policies do not define "refusing to test" and provide no disciplinary consequences for it. This is a serious mistake.
As new technology and ideas develop, you’ll begin to see many different combinations as customers think about what works best for their applications and ask for it in the marketplace.
Your employee safety incentive program should feature job-specific goals and objectives that are clearly defined and measurable.
"It's important for young and new safety professionals to remember that success in the safety field requires a commitment to continuous learning. Don't ever reach a point where you think you know everything there is to know."
A particularly relevant session this year is the June 6 General Session, a panel discussion about preparing for workplace violence and active shooter incidents.
Different footwear materials have different pros and cons for workers in this industry.
Unfortunately for the individual user and the companies that mandate these monitors, there needs to be a correction. If not, there can be some dire consequences.
More air bags are scheduled to be recalled by December 2019, bringing the total number of affected airbags to around 65 million to 70 million.
All buildings and systems require resources of time, funds, equipment, and effort.
Cultures of today are a result of practices of the past.