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By Jerry Laws
"Today, I can hand you a gas monitor, and it's really a trust-based scenario. Whereas with a real-time feed, it's trust and verify. I can see where you are. I know what kind of readings you're getting while you're out there."
By Greg Slusser
The latest knowledge in resuscitation science guides AED/CPR programs and training.
"We teach our client how to engage their people in continuous improvement teams. And then the employees start solving their own problems."
By Mark F. Smith, Deidre L. Tate
The security professional needs help from a process safety expert to understand and prioritize what needs to be protected on the site.
By Hugh Hoagland, Don West
Some gloves can be more of a hazard than a help in an arc flash situation.
By Barry R. Weissman
Make the training interesting. Get your employees engaged and keep them safe.
By Bill Sims Jr.
Accidents are simply another kind of defect -- a deviation from the standard of perfection. And, like quality, these defects must be detected and eliminated at the moment they first appear.
By Kimberly R. Peterson
It's true: Your risks can be reduced by focusing on managing your chemical inventory.
By Philip B. Allen
Electrical safety radically improves when workers can determine a zero electrical energy state without any voltage exposure to themselves.
Both DEA and CDC consider the prescription painkiller explosion an epidemic.
By Robert Pater
Anger-driven leadership wastes energy through indiscriminate rants and raves.
Fire Safety Tips for Holiday Decorating
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