Workers’ mental health has declined in recent years, many surveys show.
OSHA said these exits were locked or blocked at two locations.
The fire on Saturday night also injured more than 300 people.
Safety blind spots in the workplace may be more prevalent than you think. In this episode, Editor Sydny Shepard discusses how safety blind spots develop as well as how you can recognize and mitigate them.
This National Safety Month, more than 15 organizations have signed the pledge.
OSHA cited the Florida company and proposed penalties of $18,853.
The state is currently working on permanent rules to keep workers safe.
The OH&S team will be at ASSP’s Safety 2022 Professional Development Conference & Exposition covering the event.
The American Society of Safety Professionals will be streaming sessions at the conference this year so virtual attendees can experience them together in real-time.
The status of Wieland Metal Services LLC is the highest level of recognition for health and safety.
OSHA cited the company in 2020 for exposing workers to coronavirus hazards.
When working in the heat, taking the right steps to ensure safety is essential.
Understanding the variety of eyewear on the market can help you to choose the most beneficial pair for your employees.
Many tasks are required to put a DG item into transport, and slow compliance processes result in slower fulfillment, deliveries and overall business.
Onsite health screenings can be a valuable tool to proactively care for employees.
Employers can no longer afford to not consider high heat hazards.
Clean air is attainable and beneficial for the bottom line if approached correctly.
Everyone deserves to feel safe on the job.
This common question deserves an explanation.
Given the growing numbers of women in utility and electrical industries, the need for proper fitting PPE is at an all-time high.
There are several advantages to oral fluid drug testing.
When women—and their specific safety needs—are considered, workplace safety increases.
Safety culture is the way we do things and the reason why we do them.
Harm to the ears is irreversible. Every industry must take steps to mitigate excessive noise hazards.
From features to lens color, the options are endless.
Employees should be aware of scenarios in which slips, trips and falls could result in injury—or worse.
Extreme heat is not something to be ignored.
Ensure worker safety with technology that launches safety into the next generation.
Men and women are not the same. Don’t provide them with the same PPE.
OSHA’s standards outline a few specific industries where CPR training is required.