In this episode, editor Sydny Shepard discusses the extreme heat in Oregon, the stigma against mental health in the workplace and COVID-19 vaccinations and variants.
After the extreme heat wave the Pacific Northwest faced in June, new safety precautions are now set in stone.
24 Texas businesses faced more than $200,000 dollars in initial fines.
A new study conducted shows 70 percent of U.S. employees now recognize mental health as a serious issue at work.
Some employees and workers are apprehensive to get back to the office; here are tips provided for a more welcoming approach back.
The U.S. Department of Labor announces its decisions in cases related to whistleblower retaliation.
A massive heatwave causes a farmworker’s death leading to an OSHA investigation.
Dr. Anthony Fauci pleads Americans to take advantage of vaccine availability.
A Jacksonville, Florida company owes nearly $222K in back wages and damages after an OSHA investigation finds a pattern of retaliation.
In this episode of the podcast, we discuss how to anticipate this year’s hottest days of the year, what the risks of working in the hear are and what employers can do to decrease the chances workers might end up with a heat related illness.
Independence Day is approaching and employers must keep an eye out for their employees working in the industry this holiday.
Scrap Masters Inc. faces fines and citations for exposing employees to workplace hazards.
Injuries and Fatalities are high; the NSC created a list to help keep safe.
Looking into the future, employers must reframe how they think about workplace safety, health and wellness. In this episode, editor Sydny Shepard and Blackline Safety Chief Revenue Officer Sean Stinson discuss the issues on the forefront and how companies can mitigate them.
Some states are making great strides in vaccinations, while others are trailing behind.
While there seems to be a light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel, we may see the impact of the pandemic on worker safety for months, or years, to come. In this episode, editor Sydny Shepard dives into the physical and mental effects of the pandemic on workers.
Ability for protection from mold-related and safety problems relies on knowledge of prevention and addressing sources of moisture.
All employers should review and implement the all-industries guidance, and healthcare employers should take steps now to implement the ETS.
In this episode, editor Sydny Shepard talks with former Cal/OSHA Associate Safety Engineer Paul Andersen about the standards, regulations and rules associated with emergency eyewash and showers.
Introducing the four cornerstones.
A bill protecting against the spread of airborne diseases is aimed to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
The U.S. Department of Labor announces funding availabilities to OSHA.
Tune in to hear all about NSC's 25th anniversary of National Safety Month, resources for hearing conservation programs and a study to show that masking did actually help protect workers from COVID-19.
If passed, even a portion of the projects outlined in President Biden’s plan has serious implications for worker occupational, health, safety, and well-being.
Employers are encouraged to take a modern-day approach to make sure safety is put first.