9/21: Is This The Real Life? Virtual and Mixed Reality in Learning
10/5: Protecting workers in the electrical utility industry
10/11: Get the Facts: The Truth Behind the Real Cost of Burns
10/19: Selection, Use, and Care of Respiratory Protection Equipment
10/26: Changes and updates in NFPA 70E’s latest 2018 edition as it relates to electrical safety
11/2: NFPA 70E Changes For 2018 and Practical Implementation
11/8: The Elements of an Effective Dust Hazards Analysis (DHA)
11/16: Executing a Confined Space Rescue
7/27 - Vision 20/20: Preventing Opportunity Blindness – Advanced Level
9/28 - Drive Your Future Safety Program From The Past - Intermediate Level
4/26 - “Boomeranging”: Strategies for Revitalizing an Aging Workforce - Advanced Level
5/25 - Selling Safety to Leaders – Beginners Level
3/9 - Are you sure workplace bullying is legal? - Advanced Level
1/19 - Leading with Ergonomic Improvement Indicators - Advanced Level
12/8 - Help the “Bulletproof” Employee Make the Safety Connection - Advanced Level
10/13 - High-Performance Ergonomic Leadership - Advanced Level 10/6 - Health & Safety: Breaking Down the Silos - Intermediate Level
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Organizations can utilize IndustrySafe’s Incident Module to collect relevant incident data, analyze trends, and generate accurate regulatory reports, including a CSV file of OSHA 300A data that will allow for compliance with OSHA’s final rule to “Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses.”
Browse IndustrySafe’s case study for essential information regarding OSHA’s electronic recordkeeping rule. Learn whether your organization must electronically submit your 300A data to OSHA, the new 2017 submission deadline, and how the electronic submission process works.
OSHA has officially launched its Injury Tracking Application (ITA) to allow you to electronically submit your 300A data. Learn all about it before you get started to avoid any headaches!
IndustrySafe’s flexible and intuitive Dashboard Module allows organizations to easily track Safety Key Performance Indicators and metrics, allowing safety professionals to gain increased visibility into their business' operations and safety data.
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Visit our Not-So-Great Moments in Safety archive and use these images to reinforce the importance of safe work practices in a memorable way.”
“We’re human, we make mistakes, and your workforce is no different.”
“Let’s create great moments in safety, together.”
And Antarctica is heading to its maximum yearly sea ice extent, which typically occurs in September or early October. NASA reported this year's maximum extent is likely to be among the five lowest in the satellite record — a continuation of the low extents in 2015 and 2016.
The two-year Alliance has three primary goals: raising awareness of OSHA's rulemaking and enforcement initiatives; conducting training to educate employers, workers, and OSHA officials on safety issues; and developing effective outreach and communication efforts to increase the visibility of the partnership and its goals.
The two-year alliance will focus on preventing exposure to hazards associated with grain bin entry, machine guarding, respiratory protection, falls, heat exposure exposures, combustible dust, struck-by equipment, and lockout/tagout.
The Workforce Credential Grant program will now be called FastForward: Credentials for A Career that Matters.
The Indianapolis presentation will focus on prevention best practices and provide an overview of a new industry initiative in development by ISEA and the Dropped Objects Solutions Committee that seeks to standardize solutions.
A non-refundable application fee to offset costs of a background investigation of those applying for licenses is expected to be in the $4,000 to $8,000 range, depending on the number of applications received.