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Addressing Physical Differences

Addressing Physical Differences

Men and women are not the same. Don’t provide them with the same PPE.

OSHA & CPR: Who’s Required to Know It and Who’s Not?

OSHA & CPR: Who’s Required to Know It and Who’s Not?

OSHA’s standards outline a few specific industries where CPR training is required.

Embracing Innovations in Personal Protective Equipment This National Safety Month

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Embracing Innovations in Personal Protective Equipment This National Safety Month

Each year, the month of June marks a time to celebrate National Safety Month, an annual observance championed by the National Safety Council to help keep workers safe and eliminate preventable workplace injuries.



New To Your EHS Role? Don’t Let Training Fall Through the Cracks

New To Your EHS Role? Don’t Let Training Fall Through the Cracks

Safety training software can help ensure your training program is effective.

Solution-Dyeing Versus Piece-Dyeing: Does it Make a Difference in PPE?

Solution-Dyeing Versus Piece-Dyeing: Does it Make a Difference in PPE?

Understanding the complete fabric creation process can aid in making better PPE choices.

Why Cleaning Analytics Matter

Why Cleaning Analytics Matter

Data can revolutionize the cleaning industry.

Immersive Training Prepares Workers When Moments Matter

Immersive Training Prepares Workers When Moments Matter

Safety professionals face more challenges than ever in keeping training on target during these challenging times.

With “Normal” on the Horizon, Safety Industry Continues to Innovate

In a time when everything else slowed down, the safety industry sped up.

AIHA Announces New Location for AIHce EXP 2023

AIHA Announces New Location for AIHce EXP 2023

Looks like AIHA is taking their conference and exposition to Phoenix next year!

OSHA's James Frederick Addresses Professionals at AIHce EXP 2022

Attendees of AIHA’s AIHce EXP 2022 listened in while OSHA’s Deputy Assistant Secretary summarized the agency’s priorities.

How to Prevent Slip, Trip and Fall Accidents

How to Prevent Slip, Trip and Fall Accidents

These incidents injure thousands of workers every year.

Contractor Cited After Workers Found 22 Feet High with "Inadequate Fall Protection"

Contractor Cited After Workers Found 22 Feet High with "Inadequate Fall Protection"

The company has a history of unpaid fines and unresponded citations, OSHA says.

Historically High Heat: How Temperatures Influence Safety Programs

Episode 144

Historically High Heat: How Temperatures Influence Safety Programs

The summers are not getting any cooler. Listen in as Sydny Shepard discusses predicted high temperatures and what you can do—now—to ensure workers are safe in the summer.

More Than $290K Penalty Proposed for Ohio Company After Worker’s Death

More Than $290K Penalty Proposed for Ohio Company After Worker’s Death

A worker was fatally crushed when he became trapped by a component of a machine.

Mine Safety and Health Administration Announces $10.5M in State Grants

Mine Safety and Health Administration Announces $10.5M in State Grants

The grants will go to training and retraining mines and miners.

Basic Elements of a Drug-Free Workplace Policy

Basic Elements of a Drug-Free Workplace Policy

When considering what to include in a drug-free workplace policy, there are a few components.

Nearly 1 in 5 Amazon Delivery Contractors Injured in 2021, New Report Shows

Nearly 1 in 5 Amazon Delivery Contractors Injured in 2021, New Report Shows

The report shows a jump in injuries from 2020 to 2021.

Ever-Present Threats: Why Daily-Wear FR/AR PPE Programs Work

Episode 143

Ever-Present Threats: Why Daily-Wear FR/AR PPE Programs Work

Even if you've never seen an arc flash, you still need to protect against thermal hazards. Listen in as Scott Francis of Westex: A Milliken Brand discusses the best PPE programs for your AR/FR needs.

OSHA Cites Lumber Manufacturer After Struck-By Incident

OSHA Cites Lumber Manufacturer After Struck-By Incident

An Alabama worker was struck by a forklift and fatally injured last November.

Cal/OSHA Proposes $1.75M in Total Penalties for Four Companies

Cal/OSHA Proposes $1.75M in Total Penalties for Four Companies

The citations relate to an incident in a confined space that took the life of a worker.

Avoiding Hazards During Storm Cleanup

Avoiding Hazards During Storm Cleanup

Workers need to take extra steps to mitigate hazards when cleaning up after a storm.

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

All companies know that their employees are the foundation of their success. Hard-working, innovative, motivated, organized, happy and healthy employees are essential to a company thriving, growing and surpassing the competition.

AIHce 2022 Brings Education, Networking to OEHS Professionals in Nashville

AIHce EXP 2022 Provides Education, Networking to OEHS Professionals in Nashville

AIHA brings safety and industrial hygiene professionals to Nashville for a jam packed conference full of opportunity.

AIHce EXP 2022: Glad to be Back

Walking into the keynote session at AIHce EXP 2022 was like walking into a family reunion. As attendees flowed into the Karl F. Dean Ballroom at Music City Center in Nashville, Tenn. conversations flowed easily between professionals.

The Workplace, Substance Abuse & Staying Safe

Episode 142

The Workplace, Substance Abuse & Staying Safe

2021 was the deadliest year for drug overdoses in America. Listen in as Editor Sydny Shepard describes signs of substance use and effective drug-free workplace policies.

Didion Milling Inc Indicted by Grand Jury

Didion Milling Inc Indicted by Grand Jury

The counts relate to an incident in 2017 that killed five workers and injured 15 others.

NSC Encourages Safe Driving This Memorial Day Weekend

NSC Encourages Safe Driving This Memorial Day Weekend

With traffic fatalities at a 16-year high, taking precautions this three-day weekend is essential.

Worker Injuries in Consecutive Days Leads to Multiple Citations for Company

Worker Injuries in Consecutive Days Leads to Multiple Citations for Company

OSHA proposed $341,866 in penalties for the two repeat, 16 serious and five other than serious violations.

OSHA Places Company in SVEP After Worker Fatally Injured in Trench Collapse

OSHA Places Company in SVEP After Worker Fatally Injured in Trench Collapse

The company was also cited for three willful citations.