Cal/OSHA releases new proposed guidelines for fully vaccinated people after receiving backlash from the previous set of rules.
Recognizing the signs and symptoms of HRIs and preparing employees for warmer weather are critical to creating a sustainable, healthy workforce during warmer months.
OSHA has issued the long-awaited Emergency Temporary Standard to protect against COVID-19. The ETS does not, however, cover all workers. Who does it cover? Listen to find out.
A new standard as well as new guidelines for industries are released as we inch closer to a safe potential ending.
If the 70 percent vaccination goal is met, COVID-19 rules in Oregon will be eased.
The National Safety Council and Amazon have announced a five-year partnership that looks to prevent common musculoskeletal injuries.
A study conducted shows masks actually did help people from getting sick and spreading the disease, contrary to certain beliefs.
Fully vaccinated employees are inching towards taking off their masks at work as long as their coworkers follow their lead.
OHL North America, OSHA as well as the University of South Florida strive for safety on the South Corridor Rapid Transit project.
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.
The Pfizer pill is described as a “game-changer.”
OSHA is scheduled to participate in both sessions set for June and July.
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.
Accidents happen when you least expect them; here is some PPE to consider when working with heights.
Protecting your skin from the heat and sun is important not only outdoors but inside, as well.
Workers should learn CPR in case of emergencies.
How to build the foundation to protect workers against hearing impairments.
Highly reflective apparel could save lives in work zones.
Self-retracting lifelines are specifically designed to allow the wearer to have hands-free fall protection.
Employers should focus on training their employees regularly to ensure safety.
The summer heat is no joke when it comes to working outdoors; here are facts and tips to stay safe in the blazing sun.
Absence of Voltage Testers can save lives by providing safety for everyone.
Numerous factors and types of workers should go into consideration for heat prevention.
As summer approaches, it’s time to think more about heat precautions in the workplace.