AI is revolutionizing how industries approach safety, turning maintenance routines from reactive to proactive.
The editors of OH&S discuss four key safety trends for 2024, and share a look at editorial efforts for the next 12 months.
The annual event is heading to Denver from August 7-9.
The system enhances the safety monitoring of workers in solitary, remote or high-risk industries.
The multi-year program focuses on New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The annual adjustments went into effect on January 16, 2024.
The organization’s first-ever report sheds light on areas of improvement.
Bradenton-based TruScapes Industries faces $166,305 in proposed penalties.
The deadline for the fourth annual program is February 23, 2024.
By incorporating AI-powered solutions, companies can tailor wellness plans to cater to the diverse needs of their workforce, fostering a more inclusive and supportive environment. This holistic approach ensures that employees are equipped to navigate the challenges of the modern workplace, promoting a healthier and more balanced lifestyle.
From Egyptian times to now, there have always been many potential hazards facing construction workers. Let’s explore some common risks, including power supply, equipment maneuverability and dust protection.
The funding is a collaborative effort to fulfill the objectives outlined in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement and Mexico's 2019 labor reform.
While they have broad uses, hydraulic fluids can be a liability for a company if machines start to leak. Here’s what to watch out for and how to prevent future leaks that might compromise workers’ safety.
The young employees’ work schedules and hazardous duties went against regulations.
William Trahant also failed to pay more than $300,000 in penalties.