Actions like eliminating triggers can create a safer workplace for employees with epilepsy.
In this episode, Editor Sydny Shepard takes a look at what is in store for the safety and health industry in the future.
One in five respondents said they were exposed to COVID-19, according to the study’s findings.
Even tasks as seemingly simple as shoveling snow can pose risks to employees.
Using visual AI with CCTV cameras can turn the technology into a proactive analytical asset.
In the brewing industry, inventory accuracy can help keep workers safe.
The fines were issued for blocked electrical panels and stacked boxes that were “perilously close to collapsing,” the state’s Department of Labor & Industries said.
With technology always changing, it's important for employers to learn how to protect employee information.
In this episode, Editor Sydny Shepard discusses how protecting employee data is essential to worker safety.
The National Safety Council estimates that 518 people may die from a car crash during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.
Workers helping with cleanup after a flood or storm can be exposed to multiple hazards.
Nonprofit Operation Lifesaver, Inc., published PSAs about train and rail safety.
There are both benefits and downsides to working from home.
Winners were announced on November 15, 2022.
Packers, shippers and movers can protect themselves from visibly microbial contaminated goods.
Commercial fishing is a dangerous occupation and exposes workers to many hazardous conditions.
The World Health Organization provides examples of successful practices to keep these workers safe.
Listen to the “Total Worker Health® Strategies for the Future of Work” session in person or online.
The foundry’s operator was cited for one willful violation after the worker’s death.
Everyone learns differently so it is important to incorporate different training styles for knowledge retention and safer work.
Creating a workplace where all employees are supported is more important than ever before.
The letter signed by many organizations and individuals called the state’s draft “completely inadequate,” and asked them to look to other state’s standards for examples.
The collapse caused one worker to lose their legs and two others to be injured.
The webinar will take place on November 17, 2022, from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
OSHA cited the company for four willful and two serious violations and proposed penalties totaling $137,196.
In 2021, workplace incidents led to the death of 38 workers.
The presence of mold at work can cause negative health effects for some workers.
Editor Sydny Shepard sits down with NFPA LiNK Director Kyle Spencer to talk all about NFPA’s inspiration for LiNK, recent updates to the program and the future of digitization at NFPA.
When you're purchasing respirators off a website, there are important elements to be on the lookout for.
Encouraging employees to stop the job in an unsafe scenario comes with a long list of complications. Listen in as Editor Sydny Shepard discusses how you can encourage employees to prioritize health and safety.