Award-winning musician and songwriter Jimmy Yeary shows attendees of ASSP’s safety conference and expo in San Antonio how storytelling can create relationships that lead to change.
The Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health will deliver a recently added special general session on June 7.
Recipients of the society’s highest honor share their advice with attendees at Safety 2023.
The annual ASSP event aims to provide "valuable experiences" to safety professionals attending the June 5-7 conference and expo.
The ways technology can be incorporated into your business—and the benefits it provides—might surprise you.
Issues and strategies in protecting individuals working alone, as well as some results from an upcoming survey on lone worker safety.
Leadership, relationships and training can all play a role in your workers’ safety, business and experience modification rate.
Although employers are responsible for providing a safe work environment, everyone plays a role in safety.
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.
Understanding rotational motion can better protect workers from head injuries and long-term risks.
How real-time location services are helping gas & oil companies implement individualized safety monitoring.
One critical element of protection during LOTO procedures is the use of arc-rated flame resistant (AR/FR) clothing.
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 you should know about the differences between Type 1 and Type 2 protective hard hats.
Applications are due by July 21.