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Eye Protection: Going Beyond the Regulations

Eye Protection: Going Beyond the Regulations

Go beyond the rules and focus on how safety is viewed in your workplace.

Fire Safety Should be a Priority In and outside of the Workplace

Fire Safety Should be a Priority In and outside of the Workplace

Safety is a system, and we all play a role.

Can Safety Helmets Protect Against Dangerous Rotational Forces?

Can Safety Helmets Protect Against Dangerous Rotational Forces?

Reducing effects of overlooked angled impacts through innovative safety helmet design.



CDC Updates Recommendations for Next Booster

CDC Updates Recommendations for Next Booster

People over 50, immunocompromised are eligible for booster shot

After the Fire: Are You Protected from Deadly Gases?

After the Fire: Are You Protected from Deadly Gases?

Because most firefighters do not carry portable gas detectors, they’re probably unaware of the danger.

Improving In-Plant Safety with Fixed, Automated & Moveable Barriers

Improving In-Plant Safety with Fixed, Automated & Moveable Barriers

The right combination of barriers throughout a facility can protect employees.

Chemical Safety

Understanding all the risks associated with chemicals in a workplace can be overwhelming.

Take Worker Safety to the Next Level with Live Monitoring Solutions

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Take Worker Safety to the Next Level with Live Monitoring Solutions

When it comes to safety in industrial environments, real-time connectivity through connected, live monitoring safety solutions is key.

Modernize Your Safety Incentive Program

Modernize Your Safety Incentive Program

New advancements in gamification, automation, and behavior rewarding deliver stronger accident reduction.

How Evacuation Training, Exercises and Drills Can Save Lives

How Evacuation Training, Exercises and Drills Can Save Lives

Education and knowledge are critical to survival.

Seattle company given “Star” recognition for workplace safety

Seattle Company Given “Star” Recognition for Workplace Safety

OSHA certified the construction company in the Voluntary Protection Program.

MN House passes bill on warehouse workers’ safety

MN House Passes Bill on Warehouse Workers’ Safety

Certain employers would be required to adhere to new standards if the bill becomes a law.

OSHA Proposes Changes to Recordkeeping Regulations

OSHA Proposes Changes to Recordkeeping Regulations

Some companies could see change in their requirements to report injury and illness information to OSHA.

President’s FY2023 Budget includes $14.6 billion for Department of Labor

President’s FY2023 Budget includes $14.6 billion for Department of Labor

The budget includes funding for worker protection agencies, mental health plans

  Food Processor Honored for Work at Multiple Locations

Food Processor Honored for Safe Work at Multiple Locations

Smithfield Foods was recognized for environmental compliance and worker safety.

Company Cited for Not Fixing Violations Relating to Fire Risk

Company Cited for Not Fixing Violations Relating to Fire Risk

OSHA again cited a cabinetmaker after they exposed workers to fire risks.

Four employers fined $139,000 after workers injured

Employers Fined $139,000 After Six Workers Injured in Flash Fire

Six workers were injured after a flash fire and explosion occurred.

Two Years Later: How a Pandemic Turned Our Lives Upside Down

Episode 133

Two Years Later: How a Pandemic Turned Our Lives Upside Down

In this episode, Editor Sydny Shepard takes a look back at the pandemic two years ago... and now.

Oregon Store Faces Violations for Exposing Workers to Possible Injury

Oregon Store Faces Violations for Exposing Workers to Possible Injury

Dollar Tree’s violations amount to $32,000 in fines

Violations Issued to Companies After Worker Electrocuted

Violations Issued to Companies After Worker Electrocuted

Three companies have been issued fines for workplace safety

Washington Amazon Center Fined for Unsafe Work Practices

Washington Amazon Center Fined for Unsafe Work Practices

Amazon finds itself in the middle of controversy after being fined for unsafe work practices

Plastics Packaging Manufacturer Fined Nearly $370,000 After Worker Injured

Plastics Packaging Manufacturer Fined Nearly $370,000 After Worker Injured

A lack of PPE and lockout/tagout procedures leads to hefty fines for a plastic manufacturer.

OSHA Reopens Record, Seeks Comments on Final Rule to Protect Healthcare Workers from Covid-19

OSHA Reopens Record, Seeks Comments on Final Rule to Protect Healthcare Workers from Covid-19

OSHA is set on continuing to create a rule to protect healthcare workers from workplace exposure to the Covid-19 virus.

Washington State Manufacturer Fined Nearly $100,000 After Worker Death

Washington State Manufacturer Fined Nearly $100,000 After Worker Death

A roofing product manufacturer failed to follow basic lockout/tagout which led to the death of an employee.

Another Booster? What You Need to Know about Vaccine Manufacturers’ Fourth Shot

Another Booster? What You Need to Know about Vaccine Manufacturers’ Fourth Shot

Both Pfizer and Moderna have asked the FDA to approve a second booster dose of their Covid-19 vaccines.

Confined Spaces: How to Consider and Manage Human Factors

Episode 132

Confined Spaces: How to Consider and Manage Human Factors

Editor Sydny Shepard discusses hazards found in a confined space and how human factors should be considered with Chason Coelho, Senior Managing Scientist at Exponent.

Worker Fatality Leads to Serious Violations for Rhode Island Concrete Supplier

Worker Fatality Leads to Serious Violations for Rhode Island Concrete Supplier

A worker sustained fatal injuries while repairing a cement truck.

Hot Tub Manufacturer in Hot Water Following Chemical Exposures

Hot Tub Manufacturer in Hot Water Following Chemical Exposures

A Pennsylvania hot tub manufacturer has continued to expose workers to chemical hazards following original OSHA inspections.

Plastic Recycler Faces Fines Over Combustible Dust Hazards

Plastic Recycler Faces Fines Over Combustible Dust Hazards

A facility in Pennsylvania faces nearly $90k in fines after exposing employees to hazards related to combustible dust.