An unexpected steam release was the cause of death for two employees at the Department of Veterans' Affairs.
In this episode, Editor Sydny Shepard discusses how safety can be impeded by outside distractions, peer pressure and complacency. How can you create a company culture that keeps safety top of mind despite these issues?
Federal regulators cited the Broadway theater owner of the Shubert Organization for the death of an employee as well as four safety violations.
There are many benefits to renewable energy.
Facility in Fort Myers agrees to revamp its violence prevention program after an investigation reveals five incidents occurred.
OSHA is scheduled to participate in both sessions set for June and July.
The Pfizer pill is described as a “game-changer.”
David Keeling, Vice President of Global Health and Safety at UPS, shares his experience working with over half a million front-line employees.
Statistics show nearly a quarter of U.S. adults say there is no hesitation to return back to in-person work.
Highly reflective apparel could save lives in work zones.
How to build the foundation to protect workers against hearing impairments.
Employers should focus on training their employees regularly to ensure safety.
Understanding why workers aren’t wearing their vision protection will help identify program gaps.
Proper footwear can help avoid major accidents, especially with new innovations.
Accidents happen when you least expect them; here is some PPE to consider when working with heights.
Self-retracting lifelines are specifically designed to allow the wearer to have hands-free fall protection.
It takes a lot to be a great leader and even more to be an exceptional employee.
An in-depth report shows you how to conduct efficient trainings for employees.
The summer heat is no joke when it comes to working outdoors; here are facts and tips to stay safe in the blazing sun.
Precautions against the pandemic are step one in the workplace.
The extreme risks of uncertainty may be something you never thought to think of.
As summer approaches, it’s time to think more about heat precautions in the workplace.
Workers should learn CPR in case of emergencies.
Numerous factors and types of workers should go into consideration for heat prevention.
Protecting your skin from the heat and sun is important not only outdoors but inside, as well.
Absence of Voltage Testers can save lives by providing safety for everyone.
Summer brings with it some great things, but safety directors know that it can also bring increased safety risks for workers on the job. Listen in as we count down the top five most common summertime safety risks.
Two Michigan companies were cited by OSHA; the investigation conducted found they failed to check for safety hazards.
The U.S. Department of Labor announces 15 new people have been appointed to serve on the committee.