NovemberDecember 2019

November December 2019

  • RISK MANAGEMENT: Belief Versus Fact: The Effectiveness of Job Rotation as Strategy to Reduce MSDs
  • GAS DETECTION: Redefining Compliance for the Gas Detection Buyer
  • FALL PROTECTION: Don't Trip Over the Basics 
  • FALL PROTECTION: Standard for Dropped Objects
  • FALL PROTECTION: Winning the Safety Race
  • VISION PROTECTION: What to Look for in Head-to-Toe PPE Solutions
  • PROTECTIVE APPAREL: Effective PPE for Flammable Dust
  • LOCKOUT/TAGOUT: Building a Culture of Safety Around an Effective Lockout/Tagout Program
  • LOCKOUT/TAGOUT: Maximizing Employee Safety with Lockout
  • HEARING PROTECTION: Three Basic Methods: Workplace Noise Control 
  • HAND PROTECTION: Picking the Right Glove for the Right Job: Hand Protection in the Oil and Gas Industry
  • FACILITY SAFETY: Stop Work Authority: A Principle-Based Approach
  • FACILITY SAFETY: Process Safety Management--A Challenge for Small Businesses 
  • TRAINING: Choosing Microlearning for Safety
  • 2020 TRENDS: Trends Driving Safety Programs' Digital Transformation: Connectivity, Wearables and Data Science

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Features

Redefining Compliance for the Gas Detection Buyer

Redefining Compliance for the Gas Detection Buyer

By Kyle Krueger

When it comes to gas detection, compliance with OSHA standards is a gray area.


Choosing Microlearning for Safety

Choosing Microlearning for Safety

By M.B. Sutherland

Safety managers can make safety training more effective by supplementing formal training methods with microlearning.