PM Engineered Solutions of Watertown, Connecticut faces $236K in penalties.
The major push to boost vaccination rates stopped.
The U.S. Supreme Court has issued a stay on OSHA's ETS to protect workers from Covid-19. In this episode, Editor Sydny Shepard discusses the history of the ETS, from inception to SCOTUS block.
The agency is likely to say people who can wear N95 or KN95 masks should do so.
The partnership was created to focus on preventing worker injuries and exposure to hazards.
Mountain Power Construction faces $173K in penalties.
The alliance continues eight years of a collaborative safety and training relationship.
Illness data must be submitted by March 2, 2022.
Hearing health is more important than you might think. In this episode, Editor Sydny Shepard dives into the impact hearing loss has on an employee, ways to measure hazardous noise and choosing the right hearing protection.
Aluminum Shapes LLC accepts willful, repeat citations and agrees to abatement measures.
Another employee became sick following exposure to respiratory hazards at the Alabama facility.
Scientists provide extensive information about the variant as well as how to stay as safe as possible.
Ensuring safer work conditions is a top priority.
Severe temperatures, poor ventilation, toxic gasses and extreme darkness – these are all common working conditions when operating in confined spaces.
Statistics from several countries prove Omicron is taking over.
The video is meant to ensure safer workplaces.
It a new year—the perfect time to begin thinking of ways to improve safety and health using goals. Here's some tips on setting realistic goals for 2022.
OH&S cannot thank you enough for your continued support of the podcast. Here's to closing out the year on a note of gratitude.
The NSC estimates an increase in roadway deaths, urging proper seat belt use to save 500 lives.
OH&S SafetyPod released over 1,000 minutes of content over 60 podcast episodes in 2021.
The ASSP is concerned about the uncertainty it perceives in newly released facility data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor of Statistics.
Temporary workers are owed the same about of protection as employees with permanent employment roles. In this episode, Editor Sydny Shepard breaks down some common worksite scenarios and how staffing agencies and host employers can work to jointly keep workers safe.
OSHA previously cited iSpice LLC in April for exposing workers to safety hazards.
The U.S. DOL announced that OSHA and Langlas & Associates Inc. signed a strategic partnership to prevent serious hazards and enhance workplace safety and health practices for workers on the Rocky Vista University construction project in Billings, Montana.
The CDC does not consider the influenza season to have started yet.
Distribution center workers face various risks — including heavy equipment, weighty packages, electricity and the potential for slips or falls. Keeping these workers safe is possible with practical and easy-to-implement processes.
OSHA opens a probe into Amazon’s fatal warehouse collapse.
There are many roadblocks safety professionals face when improving safety at their facility, including lack of corporate level support. In this episode, Editor Sydny Shepard discusses methods you can use to evolve your relationship with the C-Suite.