A Jan. 28 nitrogen gas leak killed six people and injured 12 others.
With coronavirus variants from places like the United Kingdom and Brazil now in the United States, more vigilant practices are necessary to prevent the spread of the virus.
When it comes to electrical safety, there is no such thing as absolute zero risk.
If the legislation is passed, meatpacking employers would be required to provide paid sick leave and PPE to their employees.
How a new technology is delivering next-generation comfort, dexterity and protection within industrial work gloves.
Safety programs are the foundation of a successful and safe work environment.
Footwear is a significant part of protection for workers that requires several components to make it as effective as possible.
The five pillars will support continued excellence in operations as well as provide a framework for achieving excellence in workforce safety.
The style, fit and materials of your boot could be the difference in safety or an on-the-job injury.
Deeply Confident Leaders have an awareness of both the positive and negative activities in their workplace, which leaves them equipped to handle whatever problems may arise.
Chemicals pose a significant threat to worker safety, so there must be protocols in place and proper equipment available to prevent harm while on the job.
Evaluating the coefficient of friction of PPE footwear.
Dust explosions pose a severe hazard in the workplace, but there many ways to detect danger before a problem occurs.
In today’s world, disposable gloves have become both increasingly scarce and expensive, making alternatives more necessary than ever.
In this episode, listeners will hear about a new partnership between EPA and OSHA, Virginia's new permanent COVID-19 workplace safety standards and when industrial workers will be able to get the coronavirus vaccine.
Simple SDS-to-label compliance cross-checks, expert design tips and more.
Gas detection is a vital element of chemical safety—luckily, it is made easier with the help of technology.
Keeping employees on their feet takes more than a casual reminder to “watch your step” during daily toolbox talks.
Hydration is often a second thought while completing a rigorous work day, though it should be a primary focus.
With the entrance of PPE in the public’s everyday vocabulary, it is important to note differences in masks and respirators.
It simply comes down to which training software can provide everything you need in a way that is easy and affordable.
Quick-response mobile, customizable containers, trailers and vehicles are offering medical professionals new tools to combat not only the pandemic, but also other urgent healthcare issues.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has a new leadership team.
OSHA fulfills the first of two requirements set by President Biden in his Jan. 22 executive order with this new guidance.
The vaccination process has been slower than originally expected, but there are five states that are on top of distributing the coronavirus vaccine.
The National Association of Home Builders held its second worker stand down the week of Jan.. 10.
The responsibility of safety personnel must change from being a worker focus to becoming a risk and safety consultant to management.
Employers have a responsibility to take the right precautions and prepare their employees for any weather conditions.
The Jan. 22 executive order instructs OSHA to clarify and update COVID-19 safety recommendations.