June 2021

June 1, 2021

  • PPE: PROTECTIVE APPAREL: Understanding the Pros & Cons of PPE When it Comes to the Heat
  • PPE: PROTECTIVE APPAREL: High-Visibility 101: Everything You Need to Know
  • PPE: FALL PROTECTION: Seven Tips for How to Chose and Use SRLs
  • PPE: FALL PROTECTION: Watch for Falling Objects: PPE to Protect You on the Jobsite
  • PPE: VISION PROTECTION: Seeing 20/20: Creating a Vision Protection Program that Works
  • TRAINING: ELECTRICAL SAFETY: Conducting Energized Work in Healthcare Facilities is a Risky Business
  • TRAINING: ELECTRICAL SAFETY: More than Half of Workplace Electrical Fatalities Attributed to Non-Electrical Occupations
  • TRAINING: ELECTRICAL SAFETY: What Makes a Qualified Electrical Worker?
  • EMPLOYEE TESTING: How to Keep Employees Safe in 2021
  • FACILITY SAFETY: Five Ways to Optimize Manufacturing Worker Safety
  • HEAT STRESS: The Heat is Coming—Keep Your Cool Indoors and Out
  • HEAT STRESS: Recognition and Prevention of Heat Stress
  • HEAT STRESS: Preparing for Summer Work in More Ways than One
  • IH: NOISE MONITORING: Employers Can Protect Their Workforce from Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
  • OIL & GAS: Evolving PPE: Going Beyond Fit for Enhanced Protection and Wellness
  • AED & CPR: Best Practices for Using AEDs and Performing CPR

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Features

Watch for Falling Objects: PPE to Protect You on the Jobsite

Watch for Falling Objects: PPE to Protect You on the Jobsite

By David Ivey

Accidents happen when you least expect them; here is some PPE to consider when working with heights.


How to Keep Employees Safe in 2021

How to Keep Employees Safe in 2021

By Jackie Pirone

Precautions against the pandemic are step one in the workplace.


What Makes a Qualified Electrical Worker?

What Makes a Qualified Electrical Worker?

By Colin Duncan

Employers should focus on training their employees regularly to ensure safety.


Best Practices for Using AEDs and Performing CPR

Best Practices for Using AEDs and Performing CPR

By Ray Chishti

Workers should learn CPR in case of emergencies.


Over Half of Workplace Electrical Fatalities are Attributed to Non--Electrical Occupations

Over Half of Workplace Electrical Fatalities are Attributed to Non-Electrical Occupations

By Rachel Bugaris

Absence of Voltage Testers can save lives by providing safety for everyone.


Keep Your Cool, Indoors and Out

Keep Your Cool, Indoors and Out

By Alsie Nelson

Protecting your skin from the heat and sun is important not only outdoors but inside, as well.


Employers Can Protect their Workforce from Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Employers Can Protect their Workforce from Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

By Tim Turney

How to build the foundation to protect workers against hearing impairments.


Seven Tips for How to Choose and Use SRLs

Seven Tips for How to Choose and Use SRLs

By Anne Osbourn

Self-retracting lifelines are specifically designed to allow the wearer to have hands-free fall protection.


Understanding the Pros & Cons of PPE When it Comes to the Heat

Understanding the Pros & Cons of PPE When it Comes to the Heat

By Mary Padron

The summer heat is no joke when it comes to working outdoors; here are facts and tips to stay safe in the blazing sun.


Seeing 20/20: Creating a Vision Protection Program that Works

Seeing 20/20: Creating a Vision Protection Program that Works

By Sydny Shepard

Understanding why workers aren’t wearing their vision protection will help identify program gaps.


Recognition and Prevention of Heat Stress

Recognition and Prevention of Heat Stress

By Andy Olson

As summer approaches, it’s time to think more about heat precautions in the workplace.


Energized Work in Healthcare Facilities is a Risky Business

Energized Work in Healthcare Facilities is a Risky Business

By Corey Hannahs

The extreme risks of uncertainty may be something you never thought to think of.


Evolving PPE: Going Beyond Fit for Enhanced Protection and Wellness

Evolving PPE: Going Beyond Fit for Enhanced Protection and Wellness

By Jim Bailey

Proper footwear can help avoid major accidents, especially with new innovations.


Preparing for Summer Work in the Heat in More Ways than One

Preparing for Summer Work in the Heat in More Ways than One

By Michael Prewitt

Numerous factors and types of workers should go into consideration for heat prevention.


Five Ways to Optimize Manufacturing Worker Safety Training

Five Ways to Optimize Manufacturing Worker Safety Training

By Holly Mockus

An in-depth report shows you how to conduct efficient trainings for employees.


Hi-Vis 101: Everything You Need to Know

Hi-Vis 101: Everything You Need to Know

By Katherine Faulk

Highly reflective apparel could save lives in work zones.


Departments

A Return to (Somewhat) Normal

By Sydny Shepard


The Challenge of Balancing Core Safety Leadership

By Robert Pater

It takes a lot to be a great leader and even more to be an exceptional employee.