We are switching things up for the 100th episode of the podcast! This time around, OH&S Content Editor Shereen Hashem interviews Editor Sydny Shepard about the evolution of the podcast, covering COVID-19 and worker safety and wellness.
Facilities operate advanced machinery and complex systems using substantial amounts of electricity.
Letting people rush around as fast as they want seemed like a recipe for an increase in both the number and severity of car crashes.
Here’s the must-see items at NSC’s event in Orlando this year.
While proper maintenance and care can extend the lifespan of footwear, there will still ultimately be a time when every work boot meets the end of the road.
Looking into your safety career future? Columbia Southern University can help. Listen in as editor Sydny Shepard talks with CSU representatives Paul Radke and Ernie Smith about how higher education can help advance your career.
It’s time for organizations to take a more strategic, engaging approach to training using e-technology and virtual reality.
Safety professionals who choose to attend NSC’s Safety Congress & Expo in Orlando, Florida will have guidelines to follow to ensure the safety of all.
The chances of survival increase dramatically when a workplace is trained in both CPR and the use of an AED.
Technology and digital platforms have evolved in ways to help protect employees.
The science behind fall protection is what lifts people to new heights.
Normalization of deviance is a phenomenon by which individuals, groups or organizations come to accept a lower standard of performance until that lower standard becomes the "norm" for them.
The use of vacuum conveyors to transfer materials between processes improves indoor air quality while increasing efficiency and the bottom line.
Many workers will instinctively remove their safety eyewear to see what is in front of them.
While there is no dedicated space in OH&S magazine for “Letter’s to the Editor,” I do still hear from readers of the magazine and website fairly frequently. This past week, I received a lovely email from a safety professional who had recently found our podcast.
You should be checking your tool lanyards to ensure they meet the requirements of ANSI/ISEA 121-2018.
Beyond fall protection systems, you can enhance the safety of your workers by using various forms of PPE.
Training should teach employees how to avoid the most common material handling injuries.
Construction workers encounter multiple hazards on the job, but, more often than not, noise is not considered as critical as some of the other present dangers.
When you are wearing safety shoes, you are more likely to be protected from common hazards.
OH&S will offer exclusive coverage of the NSC Expo in Orlando.
Getting back to workplaces, restaurants and schools goes beyond the simple reopening of buildings; it involves innovative solutions to provide appropriate air quality monitoring, ventilation and filtration.
Throughout the pandemic, New York City’s public transportation kept running, where essential workers were able to keep their jobs.
These grants focus on training, awareness and safety programs.
Join editor Sydny Shepard as she lays out why it is so important to keep workers in the construction industry safe from the top four most fatal hazards on the job.
RM Masonry and Stucco exposes workers to unsecured scaffolding repeatedly.