Although the strategies offered in the new revision can provide a benchmark for triggering housekeeping efforts, plant management should strive for zero dust accumulations.
Even a worker in dry-as-a-bone Phoenix perspires more in the heat, which increases the moisture right behind the safety glasses and increases the prospect of fogging.
We have Frank run the machine during the morning hours and Jim run it in the afternoon. We have not cut down the noise of the machine, but we've cut their noise exposures in half.
Heavy-duty technology advancements are improving driver and highway safety.
Milliken applies the DMAIC model to tackle heat stress in its operations.
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Occupational injuries are very costly, and not just to the affected party. They can drain the company's coffers, its employees' morale, and its standing in the community.
Workplace health promotion programs cut average worker health costs by 18 percent, and even more for programs involving older workers.
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