History has shown that some of the largest industrial fires have occurred when systems were out of service, or impaired.
By selecting FR garments with THL measures and layering in mind, safety managers can take steps to ensure employees will be able to maintain a safe and comfortable temperature in the workplace.
True hazmat gear must provide protection from head to toe.
Now, packages of any size that contain lithium batteries must be properly sealed and labeled, which could present a challenge to smaller businesses.
Clearly, the addition of a flash fire or flame hazard to a scenario involving dry or liquid chemicals can significantly complicate protection.
High-volume, low-speed fans help cool off employees and improve efficiency.
Today's workers are looking for the fits, features, and finishes of retail-ready denim but with proven flame-resistant protection.
Real-world applications have brought on an increasing demand for garments that are suitable for use in environments with multiple hazards.
LOTO technology can create a safer workplace and make compliance more efficient.
One of the most important things for a successful program is to get employees to feel like they are being included in the decision process of developing the program.
Preventing occupational head injuries starts by following the hierarchy of controls.
It is apparent that those responding generally knew that used industrial production equipment may not have all the safety whistles and bells.
The takeaway is this is a combo skillset that is neither haphazard nor hereditary; attention control can definitely be improved with the right practices.
At some point, how we do safety better is answered by removing effort that is no longer value-added, even though at one point in time, it might have been.
U.S. mining deaths fell from an average of 96 to 45 per year during the first half of this decade, MSHA chief Joe Main said.