Floor disinfection is a safety routine that often falls into the background, but with the ongoing presence of COVID-19, it is extremely important.
Incorporating connected safety into your fall protection program will further increase the chances of workers making it through their shifts safely.
Protective apparel that keeps workers cool should be a safety priority.
How to prepare for and safely execute a confined space fall rescue.
As we move into the spring and summer, safety directors should be prepared for all the types of weather Mother Nature can throw at us.
Innovations in technology have led to the industry shift from hard hats to helmets.
Should employers be thinking outside the box when it comes to workplace impairment? Can organizations pinpoint the hour in which workers are most likely to get injured? And are we getting a third COVID-19 vaccine? Find out on this mini episode of OH&S SafetyPod.
Although the COVID-19 pandemic has created hesitation as far as workplace drug testing is concerned, it can still be done in a safe and effective manner.
Even if employers need to create a complete safety overhaul, gradually implementing small changes will yield better results for everyone.
Spring is just around the corner, so it’s time to prepare with the proper protective gear for the season.
Hearing loss is an easily preventable consequence of not wearing proper hearing protection on the job.
The CDC is trying to make it easier for Americans to find available doses of the Coronavirus vaccine.
Workplace safety and health is a much discussed topic. What are employers doing about it?
In this episode of the podcast, Editor Sydny Shepard talks with Honeywell Offering Manager Lead Richard Dunn about the "safety gap" he and his team found when surveying customer needs for gas detection.
The FDA has officially cleared the way for a third Coronavirus vaccine in the U.S.
Properly protecting workers’ hearing goes beyond simple hearing protection devices.
Yorlanda Fisher, President of Warriors 4 Safety, writes about the divide found amongst safety professionals when it comes to training versus education.
How can you hold effective toolbox talks to ensure your team is safer on the job?
A new study shows that workers could be more likely to sustain an injury mid-shift.
A new survey finds that employers believe “impairment” at work means more than the results of substances.
Under the new legislation, coronavirus testing for transportation workers would be prioritized.
A survey sent to safety directors has narrowed down the top struggles workers have with their protective footwear. Listen along as Editor Sydny Shepard and Vice President of Marketing at Warson Brands discuss the results of the survey and more.
Understanding the long-term symptoms of the coronavirus, it is clear that the virus will continue to impact public health in the future.
Safety professionals are encouraged to participate in the Fall Experience Survey by April 30.
As the workforce alters with the long-term effects of the pandemic, companies are expanding their benefits for employees.
Efforts to curb the transmission of contracting COVID-19 by handwashing has lessened according to an annual survey from Bradley Corp.
Issues stemming from complacency will decrease if an organization creates a culture that embraces enterprise-wide risk management.
Companies are still struggling to find time to train employees on workplace safety. Others can’t verify if their training programs are effective.
For essential workers that must work through the cold conditions, there are many things to keep in mind to stay safe and healthy through the winter storm.
OSHA’s new guidance is sure to keep employees safe, especially since the organization can enforce more rules at any time.