Many oil and gas workers can operate as lone workers. Fortunately, there are technologies that can help protect isolated and remote employees.
How to identify the soft spots in your safety culture.
The heat’s coming and, with it, multiple safety challenges. Here’s how to make sure your team’s ready.
Don’t forget to get back to basics of chemical safety and industrial hygiene.
Understanding rotational motion can better protect workers from head injuries and long-term risks.
One critical element of protection during LOTO procedures is the use of arc-rated flame resistant (AR/FR) clothing.
Understanding head, face and eye hazards and their solutions will help keep workers stay safe this June — and all year long.
How women’s PPE creates a safe and inclusive job site.
A safety expert sits down with OH&S magazine to discuss why implementing proper risk assessment goes hand-in-glove with having the right PPE.
What are the types of hearing loss, and what can be done to prevent it from happening at work?
What you didn’t know about CPR and defibrillation could save a life.
If cold water immersion is not an option, the Tarp-Assisted Cooling Oscillation method for treating heat stroke sufferers can save lives on remote jobsites.
How real-time location services are helping gas & oil companies implement individualized safety monitoring.
The importance of utilizing the SDS to strengthen chemical storage and handling procedures.
Drinking water and staying hydrated is a simple task that can make a huge difference.
24/7 live monitoring elevates safety programs in a number of ways.
Why a machine safety risk assessment process is critical before implementing alternative measures for lockout/tagout.
What you should know about the differences between Type 1 and Type 2 protective hard hats.
So how do you initiate then sustain safety changes that make a demonstrable difference beyond the just-going-through-the-motions repetition of minor variations on same-old themes that seem to eke out same-old results?