The new CDC guidance is creating a lot of confusion for organizations leaving them wondering how to go about moving forward with COVID-19 protection protocols in the workplace.
The study was conducted throughout 25 states.
You can now register online for ASSP's Safety 2021 conference and exposition, which is set for Sept. 13 - 15 in Austin, Texas.
WHO and ILO share a study with statistics showing the dangers of working too much overtime.
The health and safety of employees can rely on Mobile Treatment Centers.
WorkingWell’s mission is to become the world’s safest place to work.
In this episode we are talking all about stress, wellness and mental health in the workplace. Find out how safety directors, executives and HR can help to ensure that employees feel heard and cared for.
The Maine brewing industry is continuing to expand; it’s a chance to spread the word about safety in growing workplaces.
A guide is created providing examples of leading health metrics in the workplace.
Vaccinated employees in California can come to work even if they’re exposed to someone with the disease.
An associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh leads a study to show AA batteries can measure shoe tread wear, leading to slips and falls.
$244,397 in penalties are distributed due to four willful and 35 serious violations for New Jersey, Pennsylvania companies.
We are talking all about hand protection in this interview between Editor Sydny Shepard and Fastenal's Safety Sales Director Evan Hardin. Listen in as they discuss hand injuries, PPE, new technology and how to keep your workers safe on the job.
New advances in ergonomic training using sensors and biofeedback are forging a step change in manual handling injury reduction.
Organizational culture involves a set of assumptions and beliefs that guides customary and traditional ways of thinking.
As employees are coming back to the workplace, it’s important to keep in mind there is a lot a business can do to help prevent the spread of the disease.
Lawnwise Inc. did not pay its employees for any overtime work.
In this episode, Editor Sydny Shepard rounds up the most costly and serious citations OSHA has doled out in the last year.
Some companies aren’t being equitable when it comes to their employees taking time off to get their shot.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo enforces a strict new law.
Employers can do much more to help their employees relieve stress during the pandemic.
A new Fed-OSHA COVID-19 emergency temporary standard is coming soon.
UHS of Delaware Inc. and Premier Behavioral Health Solutions of Florida were both fined for not protecting workers.
Xylem Inc. faces a total of nine safety violations after an inspection.
Technology is taking over during COVID-19; it can be very useful but also very challenging to get the job done.
Falls are often the biggest safety risks when it comes to occupational injuries in manufacturing plants. According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), falls, trips and slips are among the main causes of occupational injuries. So elevated working areas and rooftops call for suitable fall protection solutions, practices, and training.
iSpice LLC faces $121,511 in penalties for an unsafe workplace.
Challenges, conflicts and stress are inevitable at work, so are grievances and disappointments;
violence is not.
It’s Construction Safety Week! Listen in as Editor Sydny Shepard gives a brief background on the history of Safety Week, discusses current injury and fatality rates in construction and interviews labor attorney Zachary Perecman about how construction companies can better protect those on-site.
There are different ways to get rid of, prevent mold damage and stay safe after extensive time away from the workplace where mold keeps forming.