October 2022

October 1, 2022

Find these topics and more in the October issue:

  • Facility Safety
  • PPE: Respiratory Protection
  • PPE: Construction
  • PPE: Electrical Safety
  • Training: Transportation Safety
  • Combustible Dust
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Wearable Technology
  • Workplace Impairment
  • Winter Hazards

Click here to subscribe.


Cover Story

Hypothermia and Nine More Winter Workplace Hazards

Hypothermia and Nine More Winter Workplace Hazards

By Karen D. Hamel

A hot summer can make winter seem less dangerous, but don’t be fooled.


Features

The Impact of Revising the Benzene Threshold Exposure Limit

The Impact of Revising the Benzene Threshold Exposure Limit

By Bernard Fontaine

It is estimated that nearly 1.37 million workers are exposed to benzene at work.


Choosing the Right Respiratory Protection

Choosing the Right Respiratory Protection

By Tom Burgess

It is important for you and your workers to have confidence in your safety equipment.


How Artificial Intelligence is Revolutionizing Jobs

How Artificial Intelligence is Revolutionizing Jobs

By Dylan McIntosh

Synchronous work between humans and technology will change how we work.


The Priceless Value of Implementing Safety Tech

The Priceless Value of Implementing Safety Tech

By Sean Petterson

Investing in the right technology can make for a more productive and safer workplace.


Protecting Workers from Head to Toe

Protecting Workers from Head to Toe

By Tito Warren

Maximize workers safety, comfort and compliance.


From Top to Bottom: Proper Selection of PPE for Electrical Work

From Top to Bottom: Proper Selection of PPE for Electrical Work

By Sydny Shepard

Let’s explore the dos and don’ts of selecting and utilizing personal protective equipment for electrical work.


Here’s Why Constant Bending Can Be Troublesome

Here’s Why Constant Bending Can Be Troublesome

By Matthew Marino

No, back pain is not caused just by heavy lifting.


Managing Cold Stress with the Proper PPE

SPONSORED

Managing Cold Stress with the Proper PPE

By Thiago Zambotti

No matter the type of work, any worker exposed to cold temperatures faces risks.


PPE For Keeping Construction Workers Safe on the Job

PPE For Keeping Construction Workers Safe on the Job

By Steve Maurer, IME

Understanding how PPE works can result in safer workspaces.


Looking to the Sky for Training and Managing Human Factors in Transportation

Looking to the Sky for Training and Managing Human Factors in Transportation

By Ray Prest

Most people aren’t aware of human factors or how they can skew their perception of risk.


The Widening World of Wearable Safety

The Widening World of Wearable Safety

By Gen Handley

What are safety wearables?


Alcohol Is Still the Number One Threat to Workplace Safety

Alcohol Is Still the Number One Threat to Workplace Safety

By Bill Current

Alcohol remains the most common substance abused by workers.


Modern Technology Results in Improved Workplace Safety

Modern Technology Results in Improved Workplace Safety

By Dr. Kevan Orvitz

The use of technology will continue to play a role in the improvement of workplace safety.


Smarter, Safer, Smaller: The Future of Wearable Technology

Smarter, Safer, Smaller: The Future of Wearable Technology

By Tim Turney

More data than ever is being collected.


Facing a Combustible Dust Hazard? Consider These Questions.

Facing a Combustible Dust Hazard? Consider These Questions.

By Scott Francis

Combustible dust poses serious risks—even from seemingly low-threat dusts.


Departments

Real Answers: Getting Unstuck from Persistent Soft-Tissue Injuries

By Robert Pater