As a risk manager, safety consultant, or claims professional, you can help injured workers better understand their condition.
In extremely dirty, dusty, high-hazard industries, such as oil and gas production or heavy manufacturing, the "sealed eyewear" product category is rapidly taking center stage.
Brisk sales and incremental innovations are the order of the day.
More than 50 percent reported discomfort, tingling, or pain if they had performed glovebox work for more than 10 years, do repetitive tasks as a primary work task, and/or work more than four hours per day in the gloveboxes.
Going back to §(d)(9), we have to prevent unauthorized persons from attempting a rescue.
Widespread managerial turnover in maritime and in the oil & gas exploration and production industry has sparked development of new training tools on coaching and mentoring.
Getting a third-party perspective can help you eradicate visual clutter, create consistency within your facility, and reduce overall costs.
And both of them add to the bottom line.
Know what each employee is doing and how he/she is progressing in task management and safety.
A properly laid out workstation is crucial to a healthy work environment. Twisting, vibration, and repetitive motion have the potential for lost-time injuries, decreased production, and sour attitudes.
Never forget the criticality of integrating business thinking into the fabric of safety.
Our final 2012 webinar reinforced the point that safety managers must use a team approach to address the potential for violence at their workplaces.
Plowing ahead without continuing to assess others' reactions often leaves them on the sidelines during an improvement process.