July/August 2022

July/August 2022

Find these topics and more in the June issue:

  • Confined Spaces
  • IH: Gas Detection
  • Training: Hazard Communication
  • Emergency Eyewash & Showers
  • Employee Health Screening
  • Construction Safety
  • Facility Safety
  • PPE: Respiratory Protection
  • PPE: Head & Face Protection
  • PPE: Hand Protection

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Features

Improving Safety in Construction with Connected Technology

Improving Safety in Construction with Connected Technology

By Brendon Cook

Real-time monitoring of conditions can protect workers and equipment from damage.


Counting on Complacency in HazCom

Counting on Complacency in HazCom

By Ray Prest

Complacency and memory play a much bigger role in HazCom compliance than you think.


How to Implement a Safety Management Program at Your Construction Firm

How to Implement a Safety Management Program at Your Construction Firm

By Gen Simmons

Start to think about safety as a comprehensive program.


The Last Line of Defense

The Last Line of Defense

By Kyle Anderson

Sometimes PPE is needed to ensure healthy employees.


How Technology Can Speed Mustering and Help Ensure Compliance During Evacuations

How Technology Can Speed Mustering and Help Ensure Compliance During Evacuations

By Greg Kemper

Employees behave differently when under stress—technology can help to simplify.


Warehouse Safety: Protecting People, Equipment, and Productivity

Warehouse Safety: Protecting People, Equipment and Productivity

By John P. Clark

Safety products can safeguard distribution centers.


Why the Switch to Safety Helmets is a Good Decision

Why the Switch to Safety Helmets is a Good Decision

By Mary Padron

Don’t let your construction site turn into a risky business for your work crews.


Taking a More Holistic Approach to Hand Protection

Taking a More Holistic Approach to Hand Protection

By Brian Moseley

Following a global Pandemic, the time is now to improve your approach to PPE selection.


Three Quick Steps to Better HazCom Training

Three Quick Steps to Better HazCom Training

By Phil N. Molé

High-level considerations can go a long way to improving your facility’s effectiveness.


Five Common Pitfalls to Avoid with Emergency Safety Showers and Eyewashes Gas

Five Common Pitfalls to Avoid with Emergency Safety Showers and Eyewashes Gas

By Ryan Pfund

Don’t let these common mistakes allow your emergency equipment to suffer.


PPE Innovations—What’s in It For You?

PPE Innovations—What’s in It For You?

By John Heniff

The safety industry continues to shift with the latest technology built to last.


Digital Transformation’s Role in Construction Safety

Digital Transformation’s Role in Construction Safety

By Brian Junginger, David Ward

Paperwork may not be the hottest topic in construction, but don’t dismiss it so easily.


Specific PPE is Needed for Entry and Exit

Specific PPE is Needed for Entry and Exit

By Anne Osbourn

Understanding the risks can better prepare entrants and supervisors when selecting PPE.


Recognizing Change, and Knowing Who to Tell

Recognizing Change, and Knowing Who to Tell

By Karen D. Hamel

Implementing Management of Change procedures at your facility can help prevent incidents.


The Progression of Hand Protection: Guarding Your Most Valuable Tools

The Progression of Hand Protection: Guarding Your Most Valuable Tools

By Sydny Shepard

Hand protection has come a long way since the first workers used their hands to operate.


How the Foundation of Your Success Lies in the Health of Your Employees’ Feet

How the Foundation of Your Success Lies in the Health of Your Employees’ Feet

By Janelle Kinnaird

Feet are the foundation of wellness in any employee.


Building a Chemical Emergency Toolkit

Building a Chemical Emergency Toolkit

By John Wagle

It can be difficult to keep track of chemical hazards in your facility.


Evolution of Safety on Construction Sites—Physical and Mental

Evolution of Safety on Construction Sites—Physical and Mental

By Paul Goren

The meaning of safety in construction has started to evolve.


Hydrogen Sulfide: Understanding Exposure Risk in the Oil & Gas Sector

Hydrogen Sulfide: Understanding Exposure Risk in the Oil & Gas Sector

By Peter Barratt

Protecting workers against avoidable exposure is the right thing to do.


Assessing Elevated Surfaces for Slip, Trip and Fall Risks

Assessing Elevated Surfaces for Slip, Trip and Fall Risks

By William Davidson

The responsibility to ensure a safe work environment lies with company management.


How Supply Chain Disruption Compromises Employee Safety

How Supply Chain Disruption Compromises Employee Safety

By Cheryl Reep

We have been confronted with the reality of supply chain disruption.


Diving Into Construction Safety, Headfirst

Diving Into Construction Safety, Headfirst

By Steve Madey

The importance of preventing traumatic brain injury in the construction industry.


Departments

Safety Blind Spots

By Sydny Shepard


Securing a Grip on Safety and Longevity

By Robert Pater