October 2019

October 2019

  • WINTER HAZARDS: Preparing for Old Man Winter's Arrival
  • CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING: Chemical Process Safety and Fire Protection
  • CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING: Putting Chemical Safety Training to the Test
  • CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING: Discussing Basic Spill Response Techniques During HazCom Training
  • CONSTRUCTION: Livin' on the Edge
  • CONSTRUCTION: Staying Safe in the Trenches
  • CONSTRUCTION:The Dos and Don'ts of Atmosphere Testing
  • CONSTRUCTION:The Worker Exposure Plan
  • INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE: Setting a Higher Standard: The Limitations of Regulatory Limits
  • INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE: Best of Both Worlds: A New Hybrid Gas Monitoring System is Making Strides
  • ELECTRICAL SAFETY: Five Important Things to Know About Arc Flash PPE Programs
  • ELECTRICAL SAFETY: Protecting Against Arc Flash with "Safety by Design"
  • LABELING: Optimizing 5S with Durable Labels
  • EMERGENCY SHOWERS & EYEWASH: Be Prepared for Emergencies with Eyewash and Emergency Shower Equipment
  • COMBUSTIBLE DUST: Important NFPA Standards for Manufacturing Processes that Create Combustible Dust

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Features

Safety Leadership: How One Achieves Two Results

By Robert Pater

It’s no surprise that safety leaders have to deal with many issues simultaneously.


Discussing Basic Spill Response Techniques During HazCom Training

Discussing Basic Spill Response Techniques During HazCom Training

By Karen D. Hamel

Incorporating incidental spill response techniques into hazard communication training helps to keep employees safe during response.


Putting Chemical Safety Training to the Test

Putting Chemical Safety Training to the Test

By Phil N. Molé

How to evaluate and improve program effectiveness.


Chemical Process Safety and Fire Protection

Chemical Process Safety and Fire Protection

By Ron Melucci

The importance of implementing loss prevention and mitigation techniques that are specifically written for the chemical processing industry.


Setting a Higher Standard: The Limitations of Regulatory Limits

Setting a Higher Standard: The Limitations of Regulatory Limits

By Luis F. Pieretti

Is a business’ safety culture a success if it simply follows the letter of the law and avoids government fines?


Protecting Against Arc Flash with "Safety by Design"

By Erhan Cokal

There are additional steps companies can take to mitigate arc flash hazards and remove workers from harm’s way


Preparing for Old Man Winter’s Arrival

Preparing for Old Man Winter's Arrival

By Greg LaRochelle

Taking a look at winter hazards and five important safety tips to help mitigate them.


The Worker Exposure Plan

The Worker Exposure Plan

By Kent Crytzer

Understanding 1926.1153 Respirable Crystalline Silica for Construction.


Five Important Things to Know About Arc Flash PPE Programs

Five Important Things to Know About Arc Flash PPE Programs

By Scott Francis

A well-designed electrical safety PPE program can help mitigate injuries in the event of an arc flash.


Best of Both Worlds: A New Hybrid Gas Monitoring System is Making Strides

Best of Both Worlds A New Hybrid Gas Monitoring System is Making Strides

By Mike Holmes

New gas detection solution combines wireless and fixed elements, allowing technicians to work from the safety of ground level to maintain gas detectors and create compliance reports on the fly.


Be Prepared for Emergencies

By Lori Harvey

A thorough hazard evaluation will help determine what each worksite needs.


Staying Safe in the Trenches

Staying Safe in the Trenches

By Tim Robson

How to ensure your employees don’t become statistics.


Optimizing 5S with Durable Labels

Optimizing 5S with Durable Labels

By Tina Huff

For facility operations managers, starting a 5S lean manufacturing program can reduce waste and optimize productivity through better workplace organization.


Important NFPA Standards for Manufacturing Processes that Create Combustible Dust

Important NFPA Standards for Manufacturing Processes that Create Combustible Dust

By Brian Richardson

If your facility handles, transfers, packages or processes dust-producing materials or powders, you could face an explosion risk from combustible dust.


Livin

Livin' on the Edge

By David Ivey

Leading edge applications require specialized fall protection solutions.


The Dos and Don

The Dos and Don'ts of Atmospheric Testing

By Dave D. Wagner

Common pitfalls to avoid with atmospheric testing in confined spaces.