8/18: Occupational Medicine Providers, How to Maximize The Impact Of Your Investment
New Standard for High Visibility and How it Applies to Gloves
9/8: Layering Do’s and Don’ts for Arc Flash Protection
9/14: Global Standards for Hand Protection
9/15: Controlling Hazardous Energy Sources During Confined Space Entries
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7/27 - OSHA Compliance Update: New Injury Reporting Anti-Retaliation Rules - Are You Prepared? - Advanced Level
Wondering which type of leather glove is right for your workplace? Check out this handy infographic.
Your hands are your most useful tools in your toolbox. Are you taking care of them?
How much do you know about Kevlar®? Find out here.
Do you take more of a Johnny Cash or T-Swift approach to safety? Take this fun, short quiz to find out.
UL Tests Lithium-Ion Battery on Hoverboards
This handy poster illustrates the most common hydraulic hose failures—abrasion, hose burst, coupling blow-off—and highlights troubleshooting techniques to help you reduce them. You’ll also learn how safety and PM can help you maximize the life of your hydraulic assemblies. It’s a great preventive maintenance tool to keep you, your team, and your company safe.
Pacific Handy Cutter has been committed to worker safety for over 60 years. Safety increase productivity with our new Pocket Blade Dispenser, for use with all PHS Safety Cutters. The Pocket Blade Dispenser reduces worker injury by safety dispensing one blade at a time. Conveniently attaches to PHS Safety Cutter holsters. Also safe to carry in your smock or pocket. Features safe storage of used blades, eliminating loose blades in the work place.
Pacific Handy Cutter
Do you know your GHS audit score? If not, SiteHawk can help. Our cloud-based safety data sheet (SDS) management software helps you identify hazard communication gaps and close them. SiteHawk assists in your:
LDAR programs are shifting from reactive to proactive, evolving from mere compliance to actively seeking and repairing leaks to using the best available control technology and practices to prevent leaks from occurring in the first place. Mandated use of preventive technologies and programs could be next.
The bottom line is that, in a given day, a worker could be alerted to the same hazardous condition in many different ways, none of which clearly and efficiently tells the story of what's happening.
On Aug. 30, there eight hours of presentations devoted to construction safety topics divided into morning and afternoon sessions in the Sun C Ballroom.
"The mechanical contracting industry is one of America's most dangerous, but it doesn't have to be that way," said Ali Vahed, a grant team member and safety risk analyst at McKinstry. "We'll be setting the bar for best-in-class safety."
Representatives from the agency are providing assistance in areas affected by flooding.
D.R. Horton Inc. and Garcia Carpentry LLC received repeat and serious citations.