Combustible dust poses serious risks—even from seemingly low-threat dusts.
The use of technology will continue to play a role in the improvement of workplace safety.
In this episode of the podcast, Editor Sydny Shepard discusses three ways that you can be ensuring your company is on track with safety and health compliance measures.
Understanding how PPE works can result in safer workspaces.
The meeting will take place virtually on October 19, 2022.
Workers in a warehouse are exposed to hazards like falls, falling objects and forklifts. There are some measures you can take to keep pedestrians safe.
The guidance is meant to keep workers safe from the disease and applies to employers under the Aerosol Transmissible Diseases (ATD) standard.
Although call centers can be beneficial in a few ways, like requiring less work and providing reliable contact, they have their challenges, like being slow or not offering monitoring.
First place was awarded to a team for its PPE design accommodating multiple body types.
In some environments, signal tower lights are vital in keeping workers safe.
Workers who stand on their feet for an extended amount of time may be at risk for health issues.
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The paper includes initiatives for reducing the work-related injury.
In this podcast, Editor Sydny Shepard touches on the Occupational Keynote from OSHA Head Doug Parker, NSC’s Work to Zero Initiative and the unveiling of OSHA’s Top 10 Violations for fiscal year 2022.
The National Safety Council will be back with their annual Congress & Expo in New Orleans in 2023.
Connecting with your workers and having an open conversation on mental health are ways employers can support their workers.
J.J. Keller questioned companies on factors that lead to heat stress and what they do to reduce worker exposure.
The new society focused on Total Worker Health was started by occupational safety and health leaders.
The meeting will take place virtually on October 12, 2022.
Day two at the National Safety Council (NSC) Safety Congress & Expo 2022 in San Diego is done! The expo floor was busy as visitors looking to learn more stopped at the hundreds of booths lining the hall.
There are many federal and state regulations to consider for companies that deal with hazardous material and other environmental concerns.
The 2022 NSC Safety Congress and Expo is off to a great start! From an informative opening session to an active expo floor, there was so much to see and do on the first day. Here’s a look at what’s been going on at the congress and expo
The National Safety Council (NSC) recently recognized two women safety professionals with the Marion Martin Award at the 2022 NSC Safety Congress & Expo. Both women are the first women of color to win the award.
Safety professionals from around the country are gathering in San Diego, Calif. for the National Safety Council’s annual Congress & Expo to network and learn with the top professionals in their field, including Doug Parker the Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health.
Are you ready for it? The National Safety Council’s 2022 Congress & Expo has officially kicked off following an Opening Session at the convention center in San Diego, Calif. on Monday, September 19.
At the 2022 National Safety Council (NSC) Safety Congress & Expo, NSC recognized four people with the organization’s top award for safety professionals, the Distinguished Service to Safety Award (DSSA).
It’s that time of year, again! Safety professionals packed in tight at National Safety Council’s 2022 Safety Congress & Expo in San Diego, Calif. on Tuesday, Sept. 20 to see the unveiling of the newest list of the Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards from OSHA for fiscal year 2022.
Some of the changes include the kind of violations needed to be placed in the program and when employers can be removed from the list.
OSHA inspections are generally unannounced. Listen in as Editor Sydny Shepard discusses the do's and don'ts of a surprise inspection.
Getting enough quality sleep can lead to a safer work environment.