9/25: Managing Respiratory Protection Programs - The Respiratory Protection Program (RPP) Administrator
9/26: Results of the Newly Released AGA Fire Study and Takeaways for Fire Hazards in YOUR Industry
9/27: NFPA 70E: Are You Compliant or Safe?
10/4: The Opioid Epidemic and Its Impact On the Workplace
10/10: Moving from Lagging to Leading Indicators to Improve Safety Performance
10/18: Understanding Requirements Changes in Hand Protection: Impact & Thermal Performance
10/31: CPC Selection - What You Don’t Consider Can Hurt Them
11/1: PAY NOW OR PAY LATER
The Case for Investing in Contractor Qualification & Management
11/8: Taking Flight: How to get your Contractor Safety Program off the Ground
Leadership Keys For Energizing Safety Performance & Culture - Advanced Level
Safe & Drug-Free Workplaces: Under Attack by the Marijuana Industry - Advanced Level
5/2 - Overcoming Tenacious Injuries: Leadership Strategies For Stepping Above The Safety Performance Plateau - Advanced Level
2/14 - Health & Safety: Breaking Down the Silos -Beginner Level
11/30 - Making the Right Moves to Prevent Strains and Sprains: The Role of Management and Movement in Preventing Soft Tissue Injuries - Advanced Level
10/25 - Don’t Fall For It! Actually Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls in the Real World - Advanced Level
9/28 - Drive Your Future Safety Program From The Past - Intermediate Level
IndustrySafe Safety Management Software helps organizations to improve safety by providing a comprehensive toolset of software modules to help businesses identify trouble spots; reduce claims, lost days, OSHA fines; and more.
Record incidents on the go with IndustrySafe’s mobile app. Collect data for multiple types of incidents including including near misses, vehicle and environmental incidents, and employee and non-employee injuries; at job sites and remote locations—with or without web access.
When it comes to safety training, no matter the industry, there are always questions regarding requirements and certifications. IndustrySafe is here to help. We put together a resource that’s easy to digest so you can get answers to your training questions and ensure you're complying with OSHA's standards.
Record and manage your organization’s inspection data with IndustrySafe’s Inspections module. IndustrySafe’s pre-built forms and checklists may be used as is, or can be customized to better suit the needs of your organization.
IndustrySafe’s Dashboard Module allows organizations to easily track safety KPIs and metrics. Gain increased visibility into your business’ operations and safety data.
Safety Matters Express - August 2018
Deliver training throughout your entire organization with IndustrySafe training software. IndustrySafe’s extensive training catalog features approximately 150 popular online regulatory compliance, construction safety, general safety, and lab safety training courses. These courses include full motion videos and interactive quizzes for an engaging learning experience.
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Visit our Not-So-Great Moments in Safety archive and use these images to reinforce the importance of safe work practices in a memorable way.”
“We’re human, we make mistakes, and your workforce is no different.”
“Let’s create great moments in safety, together.”
While the e-Manifest is overall beneficial for the entire waste management industry, there is a lot to understand about the new system and other ever-changing regulations.
On June 23, most provisions of OSHA's silica standard for general industry became enforceable. Many employers still have a long way to go to achieve full compliance.
The reality is permit required confined spaces are still the leading cause of multiple fatalities in the workplace.
One of the questions that often arises concerns who is able to qualify an electrical employee. You will not find this answer in any electrical regulation, nor is it found in NFPA70E, the NESC, or other guidelines.
OSHA has proposed penalties of $199,183 to the company for two repeated and 14 serious safety violations.
Upon investigation, OSHA determined that the companies failed to protect workers despite indications that the bridge could collapse.