In our issue this month, we are highlighting the hazards workers are faced with when they work in extreme temperatures.
Determining which best practices your organization can manage will determine skillset gaps and outside support selection criteria.
A well-structured training program helps companies avoid the human and financial costs associated with an OSHA violation.
FR/AR clothing plays two distinct roles across three hazard “zones.”
Heat stress illnesses are a recognized and preventable workplace hazard.
Advanced technologies are making it possible for safety managers to better connect workers, worksites and workflows for safer, more efficient work environments.
It’s easy to think of heat stress as causing cramps, vomiting and even fainting. However, a severe heat illness like heat stroke can forever change or end a person’s life.
The zero-tolerance era is over; fair and equitable testing practices are the new norm.
There is a long history behind the development of fall protection standards, personal protective equipment and the ways safety professionals keep workers safe at heights.
Can your company afford not to implement wearable technology as part of its HRI prevention program?
Continuing our 90th Anniversary coverage, Editor Sydny Shepard takes a look at the history of fall protection and the evolution of PPE.
Holster Dam receives the highest level of recognition for workplace safety and health excellence.
A new survey shows that handwashing has declined 25 percent from when the Covid-19 pandemic first hit.
When faced with dangerous respiratory disease, our healthcare workers deserve the best—and the most comfortable—protection our industry can provide.
The World Health Organization recently met to discuss the latest evidence on the Omicron variant and its sublineages.
Deaths on construction sites in New York state and New York City happen more often than anywhere else around the country.
An update to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention could update their guidance on masking as early as this week.
Can a strong safety culture help to bolster employment at your company during the ongoing Great Resignation?
A new study shows that Utah’s latest law to drop its impaired driving legal limit reduced fatalities.
The newest update will look to include references to the latest design and construction requirements for future industrial trucks.
FedEx has been fined more than $24,000 following an employee complaint about hazardous materials.
OSHA has cited a Boston employer who just six months ago was involved in a workplace incident that claimed the lives of two employees.
In an effort to evolve, Quebec is looking to change its occupational health and safety legislation.
Researchers were able to determine how warehouse employees really feel about their automated coworkers.
California Assembly Bill 1993 would require workers to be vaccinated against Covid-19 as a condition of their employment.
East Jerusalem residents fall from mechanical platform in Bavli neighborhood; watchdog demands government take action on worker safety.
If you are a safety professional whose company is thinking of investing in robotic systems, there are some other things you should be aware of.
Have you heard the story - The Emperor’s New Clothes? No one believes, but everyone believes that everyone else believes.
No federal regulation and uneven state paid sick leave laws put workers in certain states and industries at risk.
A new version of the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2, known as BA.2, emerged.